[PlanetCCRMA] book on ccrma?

Julius Smith jos at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Wed Nov 18 11:54:07 PST 2009

A system I plan to try using is to write in LaTeX (thereby getting 
top quality PDF), convert to HTML using latex2html, and then using 
html2wiki to generate Wiki pages:


The only step I haven't tried yet is html2wiki, but the others are 
solid old tools by now.

- jos

At 11:36 AM 11/18/2009, Gabriel wrote:
>On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 09:59:08AM -0800, Juan Reyes wrote:
> > Hi Bruce,
> >
> > I guess the problem is time and the rate of change on applications and
> > methods. Plus you have to test things before you write about them.
> >
> > Furthermore there are several paths you might want to go. On one side
> > there is Kernel and system's savvy people, and on the other audio and
> > music inclined engineers, performers and composers. Could we use the
> > same kind of language on both groups?.
> >
> > But don't get me wrong I am in favor of a PlanetCCRMA wiki knowing that
> > it requires a lot of volunteer time and effort.
> >
> >   --* Juan
> >
> > On Wed, 2009-11-18 at 09:30 -0800, Bruce Elliott wrote:
> > > I'd love to see a Planet CCRMA wiki.  I've also wondered why there is
> > > no on-line forum for discussions, but only the mailing lists.
> > > Wouldn't those kinds of things reduce the number of repeated questions
> > > on this list?  (Maybe like this question itself - I have not been a
> > > regular follower of this list, so I don't know if this has been asked
> > > and answered, and searching through the archives is daunting.)
> > >
> > > - Bruce
> > >
> >
> > >
> >
>So what we need is a wiki with the option of pdf output. I know the
>idea of printing a book on a subject which is so quickly outdated
>seems strange. But some people might want to read it. And lily.com
>makes the whole thing convenient and cheap.
>I need to have a look for a wiki with pdf output.
>The mailing lists are still, from my point of view, the right place to help
>each other on installation and setup issues.
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>PlanetCCRMA at ccrma.stanford.edu

Julius O. Smith III <jos at ccrma.stanford.edu>
Prof. of Music and Assoc. Prof. (by courtesy) of Electrical Engineering
CCRMA, Stanford University

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