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Cookbook is now scraped and ready to browse Lassi Kortela (08 May 2019 09:46 UTC)
Re: Cookbook is now scraped and ready to browse Arthur A. Gleckler (08 May 2019 16:10 UTC)
Re: Cookbook is now scraped and ready to browse Lassi Kortela (08 May 2019 16:44 UTC)
Re: Cookbook is now scraped and ready to browse Arthur A. Gleckler (08 May 2019 16:54 UTC)
Re: Cookbook is now scraped and ready to browse Lassi Kortela (08 May 2019 17:10 UTC)
Re: Cookbook is now scraped and ready to browse Lassi Kortela (08 May 2019 18:58 UTC)
Re: Cookbook is now scraped and ready to browse Arthur A. Gleckler (08 May 2019 21:15 UTC)
Re: Cookbook is now scraped and ready to browse Lassi Kortela (08 May 2019 17:28 UTC)
Re: Cookbook is now scraped and ready to browse Arthur A. Gleckler (08 May 2019 21:18 UTC)
Re: Cookbook is now scraped and ready to browse Lassi Kortela (08 May 2019 21:28 UTC)
Re: Cookbook is now scraped and ready to browse Lassi Kortela (08 May 2019 21:35 UTC)

Re: Cookbook is now scraped and ready to browse Arthur A. Gleckler 08 May 2019 16:54 UTC

Lassi Kortela <xxxxxx@lassi.io> writes:

| That repo is just a scraped version of the archive from Wayback
Machine. The full archive is at
<http://lassi.io/temp/schemecookbook.org.tgz>. (Please grab a copy
on your hard drive in case I ever lose it - Wayback Machine
downloader took a long while to gather all the files in it).

Okay, I've downloaded a copy.

I didn't realize that you had processed what you downloaded.  Very
nice.

| Before we try these out, we should decide whether to convert to
another markup language or stick with HTML. We'd eventually want
to add a lot of stuff if we can get the permission to do so, and
HTML is somewhat unwieldy to write by hand.

I agree.  I love Org mode, but Markdown is nice, too.  The only
drawback of not using HTML directly is that it limits what we can
express.  For my own blog, I write in S-expressions that map
directly to HTML for this reason.  But for the Cookbook, I'll bet
that Markdown or Org mode would be fine.

| Wow, good catch! I had missed that altogether. So each
individual page is LGPL but the compilation is "all rights
reserved". Is that legally possible? In any case, it'd be clearest
to get permission from the editors as you suggest.

IANAL, as they say.  But I'm happy to follow their intent.

| In the tar file there's a "SchematicsEditorsGroup" page. The
members from the latest revision of that page are: Brent Fulgham,
Bruce Butterfield, Francisco Solsona, Gordon Weakliem, Jens Axel
Soegaard, Neil Van Dyke, Noel Welsh, Anton Van Straaten.

Excellent.  If we get no response from Anton, we can try the rest
of them.