Mention `@` sign collisions
This happens a lot in discussions. Mentioning it might cut down on the amount of times we remind people.
|@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ A useful bug report filed as a Github issue provides information about how to re|
|- A minimal working example, i.e. the smallest chunk of code that triggers the error. Ideally, this should be code that can be pasted into a REPL or run from a source file. If the code is larger than (say) 50 lines, consider putting it in a [gist](https://gist.github.com).|
|- The version of Julia you are using as provided by the `versioninfo()` command. Occasionally, the longer output produced by `versioninfo(true)` may be useful also, especially if the issue is related to a specific package.|
|-4. When pasting code or output, put triple backquotes (```) around the code block and output block so that Github will format it nicely.|
|+4. When pasting code blocks or output, put triple backquotes (\`\`\`) around the text so Github will format it nicely. You can format code statements by surrounding it in single backquotes (\`). Be aware that the `@` sign tags users on GitHub, so references to macros should always be in single backquotes. See [GitHub's guide on Markdown](https://guides.github.com/features/mastering-markdown/) for more formatting tricks.|
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