Yes I would LOVE! to see AsciiDoc support at some stage.
I was a huge fan of markdown 10 years ago and managed to convince a lot of people to adopt it at the time, however the more you use it the more you come across shortcomings (which have been resolved to a certain extent in various different “flavours” of markdown.)
To me that is the single biggest issue with markdown… CommonMark never really took off and there are too many different implementations floating around in the inter webs. None of them resolve all the shortcomings in a consistent manner.
The best and simplest solution is AsciiDoctor. It is really well documented and well thought through. It takes about 30 mins to learn all the basic syntax and you can rest assured that all the complicated corner cases have been properly and consistently addressed, such as:
- Embedding multiple other asciidoc files into a master doc
- Specifying the image size and text flow
- Writing complete books with it
- etc… (all these things are handled very elegantly)
I would not care about having a preview option in asciidoc (even though it should be straight forward enough with asciidoctor.js).
@Silver You could easily capture a large portion of the asciidoc users with Obsidian.