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### There are Markdown rendering problems with ask.openstack.org

This questions exists so that I can link to it from a bug report. AskBot purports to support Markdown, but Markdown says that links should be formatted like this:

And while this renders correctly in the preview, it does not render correctly when actually viewing the question.

I should be able to include arbitrary characters inside a code block, but again, while this renders correctly in the preview:

myvariable = <some value>


This gets horribly corrupted when actually rendered. So there is some weird different between the Markdown processor used to generate the preview and the Markdown processor used to generate the actual question.

### There are Markdown rendering problems with ask.openstack.org

This questions exists so that I can link to it from a bug report. report. AskBot purports to support Markdown, but Markdown says that links should be formatted like this:

And while this renders correctly in the preview, it does not render correctly when actually viewing the question.

I should be able to include arbitrary characters inside a code block, but again, while this renders correctly in the preview:

myvariable = <some value>


This gets horribly corrupted when actually rendered. So there is some weird different between the Markdown processor used to generate the preview and the Markdown processor used to generate the actual question.

### There are Markdown rendering problems with ask.openstack.org

Please do not edit this question to "fix" the formatting issues

This questions exists so that I can link to it from a bug report. AskBot purports to support Markdown, but Markdown says that links should be formatted like this:

And while this renders correctly in the preview, it does not render correctly when actually viewing the question.

I should be able to include arbitrary characters inside a code block, but again, while this renders correctly in the preview:

myvariable = <some value>


This gets horribly corrupted when actually rendered. So there is some weird different between the Markdown processor used to generate the preview and the Markdown processor used to generate the actual question.

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### There are Markdown rendering problems with ask.openstack.org

Please do not edit this question to "fix" the formatting issues

This questions exists so that I can link to it from a bug report. AskBot purports to support Markdown, but Markdown says that links should be formatted like this:

And while this renders correctly in the preview, it does not render correctly when actually viewing the question.

I should be able to include arbitrary characters inside a code block, but again, while this renders correctly in the preview:

myvariable = <some value>


This gets horribly corrupted when actually rendered. So there is some weird different between the Markdown processor used to generate the preview and the Markdown processor used to generate the actual question.

### There are [no longer] Markdown rendering problems with ask.openstack.org

Please do not edit this question to "fix" the formatting issues

This questions exists so that I can link to it from a bug report. AskBot purports to support Markdown, but Markdown says that links should be formatted like this:

And while this renders correctly in the preview, it does not render correctly when actually viewing the question.

I should be able to include arbitrary characters inside a code block, but again, while this renders correctly in the preview:

myvariable = <some value>


This gets horribly corrupted when actually rendered. So there is some weird different between the Markdown processor used to generate the preview and the Markdown processor used to generate the actual question.