Thanks for noticing the broken links. I fixed them.
I really like the easy comment box idea.
On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 4:21 AM, Greg Trzeciak <gtrzec...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have found some dead links in the documentation I wanted to raise as an
> issue or if I wouldn't find right repository post it to this mail group when
> I realised how many times in the past I didn't do anything about the noticed
> On the other hand I already shared my suggestion with Matthew Butterick twice
> on his http://beautifulracket.com/ which made me realise how superior the
> kind of direct interface as in the attached image is. You simply click on the
> paragraph add suggestion/question/correction and click send.
> This made me question if something similar couldn't be adapted to the
> documentation of Racket - with maybe small change - you would have to click
> on the flag next to the paragraph as opposed to the paragraph directly in
> order to open the correction box.
> I'm curious as to what is the experience of Matthew with this kind of
> interaction with users, how often he received meaningful messages through
> this interface?
> As to the dead links - they are both Jay's articles on:
> dead links:
> correct links:
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