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We run, support and develop the community project CodiMD | Latest version: https://demo.codimd.org/ | Repository: https://github.com/codimd/server | Forum: https://community.codimd.org | Follow us at: https://social.codimd.org/mastodon | Development room: #codimd-dev:matrix.org 84 Servers

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1 Jul 2020
@_neb_github_=40sheogorath=3ashivering-isles.com:matrix.orgGithub [@sheogorath:shivering-isles.com] [codimd/server] ScrumpyJack opened issue #429: Feature requests: Facilitate building documenation [open] - https://github.com/codimd/server/issues/429 08:56:58
@metrixjack:matrix.orgmetrixjackHope that makes sense.08:58:06
@ericg:matrix.orgeric_GHello, I am about to send a PR in docs / setup about CodiMD installed with YunoHost. I took Cloudron as template. Is it OK? https://github.com/ericgaspar/server/blob/yunohost/docs/setup/yunohost.md15:58:57
@sheogorath:shivering-isles.comSheogorath eric_G: Nice, maybe you want to change the wording of the second sentence a bit, but generally speaking, it looks good. I also just noticed that the YunoHost demo instance doesn't seem to offer (yet?) CodiMD so probably this sentence doesn't help a lot. But might change? 17:09:53
@ericg:matrix.orgeric_G Sheogorath:ok 17:23:13
@ericg:matrix.orgeric_Gwhat about this second sentence17:23:39
@ericg:matrix.orgeric_G CodiMD is available as a 1-click install on YunoHost. YunoHost is a Debian GNU/Linux based distribution packaged with free software that automates the installation of a personal web server. 17:23:50
@sheogorath:shivering-isles.comSheogorath👍️ Sounds good!17:24:30
@_neb_github_=40sheogorath=3ashivering-isles.com:matrix.orgGithub [@sheogorath:shivering-isles.com] [codimd/server] mcr opened issue #430: markup split top/bottom [open] - https://github.com/codimd/server/issues/430 17:43:22
2 Jul 2020
@dexter:hailstorm.adm.srcf.netdalcdeWhy do we not have notifications for PRs?01:25:21
@sheogorath:shivering-isles.comSheogorathI think I disabled them in here for some reason 🤔11:41:03
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@lu_topie:matrix.orglu_topieHi ! I am currently working on the documentary structuring of an organization that has several thousand pads like this one https://pad.lamyne.org/conserve_low-tech_experimentation_2020# They would like to be able to organize and use this data. For the moment, when I import them as bibliographic references in zotero, (and I have to attach a screenshot to it) I only get the title as metadata. And if I don't associate a screenshot, I can't do an advanced search in the text content. I tried to integrate metadata from the initial file (the pad in markdown)with Supported YAML metadata to see if the filled fields (tags for example) were also imported in zotero when I imported the reference, and it didn't work. My idea would be to take advantage of the tag work they've already done to display them in zotero and eventually output an organization in zotero (by collection and/or keyword). Do you have any idea how to do this and if it is possible? Thank you in advance Salwa-Ludivine 11:44:20
@sheogorath:shivering-isles.comSheogorath lu_topie: This should mostly solve itself, when you update the CodiMD version to the latest stable release 1.6.0 as it'll support OpenGraph Metadata, which I guess, zotero is trying to use. You can test that on the demo instance, if you like :) 11:50:24
@lu_topie:matrix.orglu_topie Hi Sheogorath , thanks for your reply
I tried with the demo instance and it didn't work either, maybe I've misunderstood your point :)
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@lu_topie:matrix.orglu_topieI've also adressed my question to zotero ...14:30:13
@erik:michelson.euErik

I've seen you added some metadata like 'model', 'privacy' or 'publish' to your yaml-metadata. Do you expect CodiMD to render that metadata somewhere?

And do you need to import the whole markdown content or just the URL of the webpage? If you need the whole markdown content, you might want to use the /download endpoint. For example: https://pad.lamyne.org/conserve_low-tech_experimentation_2020/download

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@erik:michelson.euErik *

I've seen you added some metadata like 'model', 'privacy' or 'publish' to your yaml-metadata. Do you expect CodiMD to render that metadata somewhere?

And do you need to import the whole markdown content or just the URL of the webpage? If you need the whole markdown content, you might want to use the /download endpoint. For example: https://pad.lamyne.org/conserve_low-tech_experimentation_2020/download

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@lu_topie:matrix.orglu_topie Hi Erik
Sorry but for these metadata I don't have the answer since I'm not the author of the pad but I can ask if you think it's relevant.
I'm not sure I have to import the whole md content or only the url, because the only thing I would like to be sure to have is the ability to import some fields (title, author, url, tags, date essentially) and to search with advanced search into the content.
If it's possible without importing the whole content, it's ok for me.
I have tested to import in my zotero library the .md file and there wasn't any field associated
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@lu_topie:matrix.orglu_topieFor example : With "standard import" from a webpage : 15:43:41
@lu_topie:matrix.orglu_topiemd standard import.JPG
Download md standard import.JPG
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@lu_topie:matrix.orglu_topieAnd with .md imported file 15:44:15
@lu_topie:matrix.orglu_topieRedacted or Malformed Event15:46:08
@lu_topie:matrix.orglu_topieDownload whole content md.PNG15:47:36
@erik:michelson.euErik lu_topie: Do you use the "zotero connector" browser extension to import the webpages? 18:19:02
@erik:michelson.euErik * lu_topie: Do you use the "zotero connector" browser extension to import the webpages? 18:19:11
@erik:michelson.euErikI played a bit around with zotero, CodiMD and other webpages. It seems that zotero just uses the description, author and date metadata as well as the title and lang attribute of the page but not the opengraph data. CodiMD supports setting of title, description and (theoretically) the content language via the YAML-metadata (see https://demo.codimd.org/yaml-metadata). If you want the note content to be searchable inside of zotero, you need to use the URL of the published version of a note, as that version includes the note content inside the server-generated HTML. Other fields can't be used with CodiMD.19:24:48
@erik:michelson.euErikRegarding the lang-attribute: Despite it is configurable, CodiMD always uses a hardcoded lang="en". And in the yaml-documentation, there's an error with the example: The attribute is called 'lang' and not 'langs'.19:26:38

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