Resetting OLAC Documentation

OLAC Documentation is a set independently evolving documents with their own version numbers. What if these documents evolved together in sync? would it make the process more manageable? What if the documentation looked different? More like modern documentation?

I like the following document presentation layouts:

Next step is to take the most recent versions of OLAC documents and convert them to markdown. This converter catches all the XML tags while others don't

On the list are:
And each of the extensions.
These need to be cast one way for devs and implementers of technology while another way for managers and archivists.

Mixing LaTeX and Markdown

Several ways to do this.

Latex in Markdown files, markdown in Latex files, and conversion between the two...

Interesting to me was the ability to do syntax highlighting from markdown... it seems easier than listings and might work better than XML for use with XLingPaper

Following Journler — with Obsidian

Many years ago there was a brilliant piece of software called Journler for mac. In someways this software was like WordPress for local use, it connected with many of the Operating APIs (like for pictures). I thought it was amazing. It officially died in 2015. However, for note taking I recently found a tool called Obsidian. But the content of Obsidian is maintained in markdown. I wonder if it could take the same place as Journler. One interesting idea the use of graphing (network graphs) from notes and tables in those notes.