Referencing another part of the document by name.
foo bar [SOURCE]. [SOURCE] some document <http://www.example.com/>.
New block-level element for citation entries.
[REFS[ - [SW09] SuikaWiki/0.9 specification <http://...> - [SW10] SuikaWiki/0.10 <http://...> - [SWML] SWML specification <http://...> ]REFS]
Scope element for source
[SRCSCOPE[This feature is not supported in that implementation [SRC[SOMEDOCUMENT]].]]
Trackback-like semi-automated cross-referencing between wiki pages
Table headers (HTML
,, ,header1 ,data1 ,data1 ,, ,header2 ,data2 ,data2, ,,
[EXAMPLE(html code)[ <h1>ABC <p>abc ]EXMAPLE]
[ARTICLE[  It's great! [ADDRESS[ [FN[Foo-san]] [TIME[2008-12-12 23:44:11Z]] ]ADDRESS] ]ARTICLE]
(would be generated by #comment form)
Same as "[" "PRE(code)[", but no white-space: pre.
and as such.
Not part of the list - list item - list item <!> not part of the list but belongs to the same block as the first line
e.g. English text & Japanese text
e.g. RFC 1945/RFC 2068/RFC 2616 diffs with annotations
[SEEALSO[ - [[page1]] - [[page2]] ]]
Roundtrip for arbitrary XML markup / DOM tree (difficult and dangerous)
Use other character than
[ for tags
(difficult because of backward compatibility issue)