But Mogan is in Scheme only, I suppose, though Mogan has more contributors than TeXmacs, based on what GitHub shows. However, since the parent software TeXmacs is not so well known at present, how long Mogan will uphold, is a matter of time to see.
I am afraid that both may not go to the fate of anonymity if they do not modernise themselves. Many plugins are NOT being maintained because of this anonymity, I suppose.
My only concern is that it should not happen with such a nice code base as of structured TeXmacs.
See the fate of beautiful Emacs. It is only because they didn’t modernise themselves they are on the brink of anonymity, although they have their own core users, but that’s not all. I myself tried org mode but since it didn’t suite me and the likes of Windows users, I couldn’t go ahead much.
I went through various alternatives mentioned in my earlier post, but to no satisfaction. I searched and googled a lot and a lot, then I came across a TeXmacs reference in one of Wikipedia article.
Had TeXmacs been so well known I would have come across it far earlier. It took me 3 years to come to know about TeXmacs. Had this not been so, I would not have have taken lot of pains to write my earlier book in a bogus Rmarkdown, which has a lot of unimaginable users, simply because they have pandoc support and of a lot of developers, and they are listening to popular mandates of people, I mean users.
I have expressed my concern. Hope this goes well to the hearts of all.
Dr A. K. Singh