On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 7:21 PM, David Kirkby <david.kir...@onetel.net> wrote:The design of this "publish/share" aspect of the Sage notebook is
> On 15 July 2010 22:15, Carl Witty <carl.wi...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 1:27 PM, Carl Witty <carl.wi...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> One very simple change might be easier to implement/use. How about if
>>> there were both a "share" button and a "publish" button, and these
>>> went in to separate sections? I'm guessing that people asking for
>>> help with an error message, etc., would be perfectly happy to choose
>>> "share" rather than "publish".
>> Of course, now that I actually look at the notebook, I see that such
> They are different though. If you "share" a document you "share" it
> I think it would be better i there were some read-only "demonstrations
> I don't see any poor examples of Mathematica usage on the Wolfram
> * Demonstrations (examples of good Sage usage)
> Put 100 demonstrations in the Sage distribution, and make them read-only.
> One tends to equate "published" with good quality, but in practice the
nearly an exact clone of Google docs "publish/share", at least circa
2007. The one difference is that google docs doesn't have a way to
browse the list of published documents -- the url's it provides for
them are stable urls for the users to post elsewhere.
Thus we could also just make the list of published worksheet not
A customized pub per users might work to replace this, e.g.,
would list the worksheets I've selected somehow...
Another solution would be to be able to easily publish bundles of
for all the workhseets for today.
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