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There are so many lightweight markup languages.

Why not be able to support them all?

If we build more dynamic knowledge repositories as devised by Doug Engelbart Institute we may have varieties of elementary and mixed objects documents. Then instead on focusing separately on notes, tasks, media, website publishing, printing, and communication, we may have dynamic knowledge repository that encompasses it all together with collaboration built-in.

Here below is definition by Doug Engelbart on what elementary objects and mixed-object documents represent.

Elementary Objects

Objects are basic content packets of an arbitrary, user and developer extensible nature. Types of elementary objects could contain:

  • text

  • graphics

  • equations

  • tables

  • spreadsheets

  • canned-images

  • video

  • sound

  • code elements, etc.

Mixed-Object Documents

Documents are a coherent entity made up of an arbitrary mix of elementary objects bundled within a common "envelope" to be stored, transmitted, read, printed, or otherwise be operated on.

The MIME specification is an example of a document definition based on a higher level collection of elementary objects.

Now, isn’t that a great concept?

That is what Hyperscope for Emacs is, a dynamic knowledge repository that encompasses many elementary objects and mixed-objects documents together. Backed by the PostgreSQL database it is Customer Relationship Management or CRM, it is ERP or Enterprise Resource Planning, it is collaborative system, it is Website Revision System or WRS that may publish all and any kind of documents, it is task and note handling system with full text search, the meta Org-mode that produces Org files out of any kinds of objects in the database.

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