AAAAGH! HOW DID YOU GET IN HERE? HOW DID YOU GET INSIDE THE SAUSAGE FACTORY?
Watch your fingers.
Things I am doing to spruce this place up as part of yak shaving my academic writing workflow
allow formatting in the rubrics
import ipython notebooks. Aaaaalmost simple.
I’m currently trying Daniel Rodriguez’s method:
git subtree pull https://github.com/danielfrg/pelican-ipynb.git master --prefix=plugins/ipynb
auto-render graphviz dotfiles
Looks tedious. Will probably require a different solution for markdown, ReST and ipynb/jupyter. Hmph.
possibly almost the same as markdown plus some config. Note, however that pygraphviz renders to jupyter no worries.
I made my own theme; it has various wonderful features such as being simple and easy to understand. However, it has the problem that I am no graphical designer.
- creating themes. candidate pelicans to steal more stuff from, or to modify for my own use.
- Tipue is extension-supported
- google/bing site search. sigh.
This plugin reads a user-specified BibTeX file and generates bibliographic information within your articles and pages.
Configuration is simply:
PUBLICATIONS_SRC = 'content/pubs.bib'
If the file is present and readable, then content will be scanned for references to citation keys. These take the format [@Bai2011] or [@@Bai2011]. These will be replaced by incline citations which provide links to the full bibliographic information at the end of the article. The former reference would be replaced by a citation of the form “Bai & Stone (2011)”, while the latter would be replaced by “(Bai & Stone, 2011)”.
If a citation key is used which does not exist within the BibTeX file then a warning will be displayed.
The BibTeX file may, optionally, be provided or overridden on a per-article basis by supplying the meta-data publications_src.
Wow. I wonder if it works across markdown, ReST and ipynb?
submit my new CSL styles for ReStructuredText upstream.
alternatively, I could ipynb citation, which indeed is a partial solution; I still kinda like my CSL solution though.
some kind of tracker that ain’t google?