implement wiki-style links in "javadoc"-comments (VB.NET)
Situation: I use frequently cross-references (<see>-tags) in documentation comments (alias "javadoc"-comments) but in my opinion they are too cluttered and it's too much work to do to convert a textual reference into a <see>-tag.
Request: Please allow additionally to the syntax eg. "<see cref="System.Security.AccessControl.ReadData">ReadData</see>" a wiki-style notation of "[System.Security.AccessControl.ReadData]" with useful defaults for the display name, eg. unqualified names of types, unqualified names of enumeration-values, unqualified names of methods if they reside in the same or a base class, unqualified class name + "." + method name if the method resides in another class etc.)
To enable natural language, any letters (but not punctuation marks and bracets etc.) directly connected to the  should be included in the display name of the link (eg. "see these two [System.String]s" would be equivalent to "see these two <see cref="System.String">Strings</see>").
Amendment: This should also work for <paramref name="aParam">aParam</paramref> tags. If there are ambiguities, the compiler should underline it and the programmer can add a prefix, eg. "T:[System.String]" if the type should be referenced, "P:" for properties, "F:" for fields, "M:" for methods etc. With methods, I would also suggest that parentheses can be used for methods to target a specific overload of a method, eg. [Decimal.ToString(String)]" to target the overload that takes a format string)
That's all for the moment ;-)