Re: [cellml-discussion] Representing the next version of the CellML Specification

2007-11-07 Thread Alan Garny
I don't know much (if anything!) about the solutions offered here, but: - the current HTML version is nice for viewing from a web browser, but if you have ever tried to print things out you will no doubt have noticed that it doesn't look great anymore. I remember that there used to be a 'proper'

Re: [cellml-discussion] Representing the next version of the CellML Specification

2007-11-07 Thread Randall Britten
Hi all Another option to add to the mix: using a Wiki. In this case, I would specifically suggest MediaWiki (a la Wikipedia). Pros: -Widely used, lots of user familiarity. -Easy collaboration: edits done via web interface. -Built in diffs and revision history. -Linking when done via web

Re: [cellml-discussion] Representing the next version of the CellML Specification

2007-11-07 Thread Matt
On 8/11/2007, at 10:27 AM, Randall Britten wrote: Hi all Another option to add to the mix: using a Wiki. In this case, I would specifically suggest MediaWiki (a la Wikipedia). Pros: -Widely used, lots of user familiarity. -Easy collaboration: edits done via web interface. -Built in

Re: [cellml-discussion] Representing the next version of the CellML Specification

2007-11-07 Thread Andrew Miller
Matt wrote: On 8/11/2007, at 10:27 AM, Randall Britten wrote: Hi all Another option to add to the mix: using a Wiki. In this case, I would specifically suggest MediaWiki (a la Wikipedia). Pros: -Widely used, lots of user familiarity. -Easy collaboration: edits done via web interface.

Re: [cellml-discussion] Representing the next version of the CellML Specification

2007-11-07 Thread Andrew Miller
Randall Britten wrote: Hi all Another option to add to the mix: using a Wiki. In this case, I would specifically suggest MediaWiki (a la Wikipedia). Hi Randall, Pros: -Widely used, lots of user familiarity. Although MediaWiki mark-up is similar to MoinMoin and other wiki software

Re: [cellml-discussion] Representing the next version of theCellML Specification

2007-11-07 Thread Wilfred Li
+1 Regards, Wilfred -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:cellml-discussion- [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Alan Garny Sent: Wednesday, November 07, 2007 12:46 AM To: 'CellML Discussion List' Subject: Re: [cellml-discussion]

Re: [cellml-discussion] Representing the next version of the CellMLSpecification

2007-11-07 Thread David Nickerson
For the purpose of presentation math, LaTex substrings get my vote. the problem with LaTeX math is that it is quite unfamiliar to a lot of people, whereas most people involved in CellML probably have a reasonable grasp of at least content MathML if not presentation MathML also. The

Re: [cellml-discussion] Representing the next version of the CellMLSpecification

2007-11-07 Thread Matt
More generally, I think XML source formats should be avoided if possible. Just wondering if you can explain your reasoning for this? reading plain text in a text editor is more pleasant reading diffs of plain text is more pleasant ___