How to install the Markdown add-on on an On Demand installation?

It is quite clear that it is not possible but would like to see a confirmation to believe it...

What is the way around this?

Is moving content to a self hosted installation the only way?

 

Thanks

Nick

 

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Hi Nick,

 

As you can see in the following link, Markdown for Confluence, this add-on still not available for Cloud instances.

At the present moment, as you said, the only way possible to have that is through a self hosted instance.

Here you can browse all the available Cloud Add-ons.

Hope the information to be useful to you.

 

Thanks.

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Steven Behnke Community Champion Sep 30, 2014

Hi Nick, I threw together a Markdown Connect add-on today, but I still haven't uploaded it to the marketplace yet. Are you interested? I'm going to release it for free, since it uses open-source tools to parse the markdown.

Sure Stephen, I am interested. nick a t domainspecificconsulting dot com

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Steven Behnke Community Champion Sep 30, 2014

Also interested here :) steve at blackpearlpdm dot com

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