[IPython-dev] slider converter in nbconvert
Mon Dec 3 22:41:45 CST 2012
El 03/12/12 18:02, Brian Granger escribió:
> 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
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> 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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OK, here I go with the PR: https://github.com/ipython/nbconvert/pull/63
We can discuss there for new ideas and improvements.
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