Richard M Stallman <rms(a)gnu.org> writes:
> It sounds good as you've described it. The best way for people to see
> if it really is that good, and suggest changes, is if some of us
> try visiting http://orgmode.org/worg/
and playing with it.
I don't know if people on the list actually played with Worg but I just
set up ELBB (Emacs Lisp Bill-Board). It works like Worg, but for Emacs
The ELBB repository is hosted on gitorious:
I publish an HTML output here:
Changes made to the git repository are reflected on this website every
Please have a go and let me know if this is useful.
you've done a great thing installing Emacs Lisp
Bill-Board already, thanks a lot.
(For others: we are her now: http://repo.or.cz/w/elbb.git
Just pulled your last changes and its fine.
So if we are at the very beginning and still playing,
lets consider some issues:
as you told, ELBB now runs as a kind of org-mode.
That makes things slightly more difficult. Will it pay?
Does org-mode offer something, which might outweigh
necessity to learn that format?
Sure, it isn't that much; but let's think at the
(wo)man writing, having quite other things in mind then
learning special formatting lessons; that's already an
issue with wikis.
ELBB was conceived just to drop a note for others,
without much regard for it.
OTOH, if it pays it pays. Just wanted to put the
question at the table.
Maybe could you give a short example what the
gain might be in that context?
Otherwise my propose is to restart and proceed
with simple (general-purpose)-master and branches, telling everything
needed in the files commentary sections. ;)
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