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 a little as part of my academic writing workflow
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 featuers 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?