[IPython-dev] slider converter in nbconvert
Mon Dec 3 15:02:24 CST 2012
Yes, eventually both the notebook slide show mode and the reveal
nbcoverter should both use cell metadata to make the slide decisions.
On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 12:50 PM, Matthias BUSSONNIER
> Le 3 déc. 2012 à 20:17, Damián Avila a écrit :
>> El 03/12/12 14:40, Brian Granger escribió:
>>> This looks great, I really like that you can tune the theme and also
>>> the transitions. I am also impressed at how nice the PDF generation
>>> is. I think this will be really useful for people! One comment,
>>> because it is likely that we will eventuallu support multiple slide
>>> show Js libraries, I think we should name this converter "reveal"
>>> rather than "slider". But we can cover all that when you have a PR
>> Brian, the tuning of the theme and transitions is provided from
>> reveal.js. I agree that is nice feature to have.
>> And the pdf creation is great (you have to use Chrome to get a correct pdf).
>> I agree with you that we should name this converter "reveal" (it was my
>> first name and then switch to "slider").
>> Finally, I have never PRed to the ipython project. Do you (or a wiki)
>> have some guidelines to prepare the PR?
> Hi !
> I'm pretty overwhelmed, I'd **love** to have a deeper look at what you did,
> and even maybe integrate it to nbviewer.
> You can't break anything by doing a PR, feel free to try.
> https://help.github.com/categories/63/articles <- how to do a PR.
> I think you wrote somewhere that you used --- as separator, I would use metadata to bee clean.
> (we could come up with something common between notebook slideshow ext and reveal js mode for metadata)
> IIRC reveal.js allow slide and subslide, it would be nice to be able to do this to.
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