With some nudging from India (thanks Shantanu Kulkarni), I have gotten around to make WOIM more easily accessible for anyone. The manual now includes several real life examples on how to use WOIM for describing anything from business processes and todo-lists to food recipes and philosophical arguments. With this, anyone should be able to get going with WOIM. It starts out like this:
On the way in to the shopping mall, you take a quick glance at the list given to you by your mother/father/brother/wife:
5 liters of Milk
2 packages of Butter
2 liters of Orange juice
A simple list. But the next time you go to the shop, the list has grown to a paragraph:
If they have pepperoni and that special pizza sauce, buy that and also flour, yeast, cheese and ham. If not, then buy the Indian spicy chicken with 5 or more suitable vegetables. If the chicken is sol out, be creative and decide what we should have for dinner. Also buy apple juice, eggs, washing powder and paper towels.
You wonder if that paragraph can be written a bit more concise.
For the geeks, the WOIM plugin for VIM is updated and now includes a full HTML conversion and several improvements.