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Best website to write a rulebook for ttrpgs
3 projects | reddit.com/r/rpg | 17 May 2023
I use Obsidian (https://obsidian.md) for a lot of things, including my RPG stuff, and there are options for exporting things as PDFs. It’s great for getting organized and doing research, but I would use other tools for long-form writing and layout. What I like about Obsidian though is that everything is done in Markdown (https://commonmark.org) and I can use Pandoc (https://pandoc.org) to transform the source to whatever I need. The caveat is that Obsidian uses a flavor of Markdown with some non-standard extensions, so a pure Markdown editor like Typora (https://typora.io) might be a better choice depending on your needs.
Screen reader accessibility of character sheets in Blades
2 projects | reddit.com/r/bladesinthedark | 14 May 2023
My second question is just checking my solution is at all sane. I'm using markdown to make my own character sheets for each playbook, including all the information I think prudent (happy to share if it'd help and not be sharing anything proprietary), and then using pandoc to convert these into word documents. I'm then just sharing these with my players and they can then edit them for their characters and update them as needs be. Is this a reasonable approach? Or is there a better approach?
Is it just me or it nix becoming more common
5 projects | reddit.com/r/NixOS | 4 May 2023
Especially Haskell tools often live in proximity to nix as well, e.g., pandoc or xmonad.
LaTeX and AsciiDoc
2 projects | reddit.com/r/selfpublish | 28 Apr 2023
What software do you use to write documentation?
11 projects | reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 27 Apr 2023
Tried mkdocs and it is great; beautiful styling and both Markdown and reStructuredText can be used. It would be perfect if I could figure out a way to replace the Markdown -> HTML converter (probably python-Markdown?) with pandoc
Is there anyway to extract the first page of an epub as image so I can use it in lf previewer
5 projects | reddit.com/r/commandline | 27 Apr 2023
You could use pandoc to convert it to a PDF, from which the first page could be extracted (e.g. via pdfseparate(1)) and then converted to an image (e.g. via convert(1)). But perhaps someone else has a more elegant suggestion.
File Converters - Do you know of any I can self host? I want to do it all...
9 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 25 Apr 2023
How about https://pandoc.org/
Genuine question: how do you all use Haskell IRL?
7 projects | reddit.com/r/haskell | 22 Apr 2023
I'm freelancing as a pandoc consultant, and I regularly get to fix bugs and to extend pandoc with additional functionality. My proudest work is the Lua subsystem, which is now used heavily, e.g. in Quarto.
Looking for Word Processor recs
2 projects | reddit.com/r/Fanbinding | 15 Apr 2023
Pandoc automatically converts many (many) formats into beautiful typeset PDF pages. It uses TeX internally, which is strongly-opinionated typesetting software that will largely ignore whatever spacing is in the input document & replace it with what a detail-oriented, perfectionist, founder of Computer Science thought math textbooks should look like in 1978, & it is beautiful.
Any cli utility to create ascii/org mode tables?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/commandline | 12 Apr 2023
https://pandoc.org/ can export csv to markdown/orgmode tables
obsidian-html VS obsidian-html - a user suggested alternative
2 projects | 4 Feb 2022
Any plugin to export an entire vault as html pages?
5 projects | reddit.com/r/ObsidianMD | 31 Aug 2021
Publish your Obsidian Vault to your Digital Garden
2 projects | dev.to | 10 Oct 2020
But I missed something. I have my own place on the internet and would like to have my second brain, my digital garden, in the same place. While Obsidian Publish is cool, it is different from my website's style. What I'm looking for is a garden of my notes that I can integrate with my existing website. I've looked around quite a bit to find the tools that can help me achieve this wish, and I found them. Meet the combination of Obsidian, Jekyll and the Obsidian to HTML converter: my digital garden.2 projects | dev.to | 10 Oct 2020
To solve this challenge, I made a small update to the converter tool. The file utils.py (find it here) performs the link generation, in the function md_link() . I updated this function to always include my /garden directory as a prefix:
What are some alternatives?
pandoc-highlighting-extensions - Extensions to Pandoc syntax highlighting
obsidian-export - Rust library and CLI to export an Obsidian vault to regular Markdown
Obsidian-MD-To-PDF - A command line python script to convert Obsidian md files to a pdf
vimwiki - Personal Wiki for Vim
kramdown - kramdown is a fast, pure Ruby Markdown superset converter, using a strict syntax definition and supporting several common extensions.
wavedrom - :ocean: Digital timing diagram rendering engine
Jekyll - :globe_with_meridians: Jekyll is a blog-aware static site generator in Ruby
mdx - Markdown for the component era
logseq - A local-first, non-linear, outliner notebook for organizing and sharing your personal knowledge base. Use it to organize your todo list, to write your journals, or to record your unique life.
MathJax - Beautiful and accessible math in all browsers
calibre - The official source code repository for the calibre ebook manager
Pico - Pico is a stupidly simple, blazing fast, flat file CMS.