Back in May I coauthored an article on how JOSS, the Journal of Open Source Software, uses pandoc to produce #JATS XML versions for all published papers. It's titled “JATS from Markdown”:
Talk and slides are linked on that page.
More interesting than the article is probably the actual #publishing pipeline. The code for it is open source:
Somewhere, someone finally made this and I think it's beautiful: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4687836
Made a guest post on RedHat blog on architects diagramming tools
Hello everyone! #Zettlr now has a Mastodon account, and I'll try to slowly migrate over from Twitter over the coming months!
If you do not yet know what Zettlr is:
Zettlr is a free and open source Markdown editor that is especially suited for people who write longer texts. It supports citations out of the box, has an import/export system powered by @pandoc and many more things!
Looking forward to meeting y'all! :)
If you want to know more, head over to our website: https://www.zettlr.com/
Hallo, ich bin Lukas und habe seltsame Hobbys, aus denen ich Videos mache.
Das war eigentlich 'ne recht einfache Idee und ist über die letzten zwei Jahre etwas eskaliert. Und jetzt ist es fertig.
So. The spot was missing here. Here's the spot.
Prior art was at https://twitter.com/HerrStachel/status/1432746289314271239
Greetings to @johthor :)
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