distribution and hosting #3

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opened 2 years ago by ben · 4 comments
ben commented 2 years ago
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how do we want to distribute and host the zine?

a couple options:

  • static site
  • generate pdf using pandoc
  • something else?

generating a pdf feels the most zine, but it should be up for discussion

how do we want to distribute and host the zine? a couple options: - static site - generate pdf using pandoc - something else? generating a pdf feels the most _zine_, but it should be up for discussion
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@ubergeek so it doesn't fall off my plate

@ubergeek so it doesn't fall off my plate

I think we could make it available in multiple formats and let users decide what they would want to use.

I think we could make it available in multiple formats and let users decide what they would want to use.

This seems scriptable: https://jvns.ca/blog/2019/09/01/ways-to-write-zines-without-fancy-tools/#booklets-the-computer-method

so it would be possible to generate a couple of different formats for printability and size.

This seems scriptable: https://jvns.ca/blog/2019/09/01/ways-to-write-zines-without-fancy-tools/#booklets-the-computer-method so it would be possible to generate a couple of different formats for printability and size.
ben commented 2 years ago
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Just set up a pandoc makefile to build a pdf and html version of each issue. It's live at zine.t.o. If we want more formats, that's also doable.

Just set up a pandoc makefile to build a pdf and html version of each issue. It's live at [zine.t.o](https://zine.tildeverse.org). If we want more formats, that's also doable.
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