|Sprinter photo by Daniel Williamson|
Below is a brief list of the checkins the groups did at the end of the day.
- Connexions importer at oerpub.org : Got advanced mode options compact on each page
- Designed workflow for creating new versions of documents
- Disastrous morning -- initial document had unexpected structure (a table inside a heading). Lots of struggling - also known as learning!
- Got over half the textbook in in the afternoon after the nuclear option (cut and paste the document with all formatting removed). Then put the formatting back in. As the importer improves the nuclear option should be needed less often.
- No complete solution yet.
- Open Office -- better for general audience, but converted all math into inline math
- LaTeX -- problem with math fonts on mac
- Took a while to get up and running. Easter eggs in the buildout
- Fixed a handful of bugs
- Cancel button for banner color so doens’t change if you haven’t gotten it right
- Collection rendering improved
- Login status improvements
- Design for editing the modules (content) in a collection being derived
- Fixed red text processing that was going wrong, better id gen
- JP enhanced client to use public google docs URL, button disabling
- Ying fixed google new stylings bug
- Various other bugs
- The fixes will help both cnx and oerpub
- Looked at Aloha, TinyMCE, WYM editor
- Aloha doesn’t work on ipad
- Mercury -- in place DOM editor, works on the ipad -- looks well structured, easy to extend
- Wym focused on semantic editing
- TinyMCE -- plugin created for adding exercise, auto numbers, validation next.
- Mapped a small snippet of CNXML to HTML with microformat and microdata. TinyMCE handles both. CSS3 to style.