Hi Tom,

Sorry but yes, hope I am wrong, but this looks like spam in my book, especially 
considering that the one you are advertising is a commercial enterprise, there 
is no free option - when you write

  *   Notebook environment with WYSIWYG LaTeX editor

do you mean that you are offering a Lyx installation? Is the site using the 
good Lyx developers’ labour for a financial advantage? Yes sure there’s the 
computing element of it, but if this is the case and I were a Lyx developer I 
would be most irate, considering how upset I am now just as a user - I very 
much hope I am missing something!!!

On 9 Aug 2017, at 06:39, Tom McLaughlin 
<t...@codedown.io<mailto:t...@codedown.io>> wrote:

Dear LyX users,

Apologies in advance if this is considered spam.

I've used LyX happily for years, but always wished there was an easier way to 
collaborate with other people on a document. To make this easier, I've been 
working on a web-based math editor that tries to reproduce the LyX experience 
as closely as possible. It features Google Docs-style collaborative editing, 
version history, etc. (It also supports code execution, but that's another 
matter.) You can see it here: codedown.io<https://codedown.io/>.

The tool is in beta and doesn't have all of LyX's features, but it's useful for 
some workflows.

If this sounds interesting to you, please create an account and try it out! 
Feel free to email me directly with questions/feature requests/bug reports; 
feedback is always appreciated.


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