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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markdown#Standardization This is useful
It would be great if it was possible to get all these devs from different zettelkasten tools to come together to form one standard, e.g. linking.
BabelMark looks interesting as well.
Maybe a solution for this would be to allow the user to write in [] links, but in the background it would convert it to standard links
<> linking also does not solve this completely, https://0x0.st/i4sn.png
As you can see in normal markdown, the links are not made.
<> is standard CommonMark markdown syntax, so if it doesn't work for you it's because you use a different markdown
I mean it should make _some_ link at least. It wouldn't point to anything useful