Hi, since some years ago I have being using CodiMD/HedgeDoc in our own instance (pad.programando.li) after years of using Etherpad. I come from humanities and pad writing I think is a tool that allows more capabilities for research than a text processor. Also, because it is a web platform, I find it more easy to handle and write in MD than cli editors like vim or emacs. So nowadays I use pad for writing research, blog entries, class notes, lectures and actually anything that is not coding, thanks for such great platform!
I usually review the repo for some news (the RSS feeds of the community calls and releases are cool, but hardly to understand if you aren’t inside the community) and I see there is a version 2.0 coming, nice!
However, I can’t find in GitHub why HedgeDoc is moving to version 2.x and what does that imples, besides the split between the backend and the frontend. So my question is: where can I find this info? If there is a narrative similar to the history of HedgeDoc (with no to many tech details), that would be great.
P.S. English ain’t my first language, sorry in advance.