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- Subject: Re: [ANN] Nanoki online demo
- From: Ben <thebassplayer@...>
- Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 20:28:11 -0800
This is quite seriously very cool and awesome. It looks and works
very nice. The addition of the Markdown text processor is also very
I will take great enjoyment in perusing the source code. :)
On Feb 6, 2008 10:55 AM, Petite Abeille <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Feb 6, 2008, at 10:36 AM, Peter Jacobi wrote:
> > Nice work!
> Glad you like it :)
> > I don't know, what you're intending to do with this,
> Well... release it properly first. The site above is just a demo. This
> is meant to be used as a software package.
> > but I'd suggest two features anyway:
> > (1) Professional quality output for print, IMHO best using conversion
> > to LaTeX and then pdflatex. This
> > is easiest to add, while the markup is still simple (it would be
> > rather impossible by now for MediaWiki
> > which allows so much HTML+CSS), and while incremental adding features,
> > you can always
> > have the requirements of conversion to LaTeX in mind.
> Yes, printing definitively needs some work. Will look into that.
> > (2) Math: Any serious article in mathematics, physics etc need
> > formulas. You can provide support
> > for formulas without much to do on the server side using jsMath,
> > and as the formula source is in
> > LaTeX you can directly feed it to step (1).
> Thanks for the pointer. Will check how such libraries could fit in.
> > P.S. Please note that it would be better to have a backlink to
> > Wikipedia, a mentioning and
> > on-line copy of the GFDL and not to have the Wikimedia logo on your
> > site.
> It's a wiki. Feel free to edit it :)
> The logo is gone. There should be a link back to Wikipedia on every
> articles as this data comes from "Wikipedia for Schools".
> Thanks for the feedbacks.