The Creole 1.0 project has finished successfully. The spec is stable and mature, and there are already many real world implementations out there (see Engines).
But some users would like to have more standardized features. There is no Creole 2 yet. To get things started a new wiki was set up to clearly separate concerns of Creole 1.0 with its Goals from new ideas from new contributors. You can contribute your ideas to this wiki which can be found at http://wiki.wikicreole.org/. You can also use this wiki to ask for help on topics with the current creole 1.0 spec.
Our steps going forward:
- ChristophSauer has changed the current Creole wiki into an "read-only" wiki which is kept as the official page for the current Creole spec and for reference and archive purposes.
- Radomir Dopieralski has set up a new wiki to help developers with implementation issues and eventually on a 2.0 spec, in case a critical mass of wiki engine implementers or user groups who can influence those engine development can be reached.
Note that the new Creole 2 wiki is indeed a creole enabled wiki which runs on MoinMoin, while this wiki runs on JSPWiki. Thanks to Creole you can use both wikis without caring what engine it is serving.