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Re: [O] Help testing orgmode connection to interactive web environment

From: Peter Salazar
Subject: Re: [O] Help testing orgmode connection to interactive web environment
Date: Sun, 23 Aug 2015 02:24:34 -0400

In Chrome: 

The show/hide button doesn't seem to do anything. 
Clicking CLICKING THIS LINK gives "elisp links not supported." 
Edits don't seem to stick. 

On Sat, Aug 22, 2015 at 4:42 PM, Bill Burdick <address@hidden> wrote:
Sorry -- I should have mentioned that it only supports Chromium/Chrome at the moment!

On Sat, Aug 22, 2015 at 11:04 PM David A. Gershman <address@hidden> wrote:
I'm not sure what is supposed to happen, but I went to the link, allowed
_javascript_ for the textcraft.org domain (via NoScript), and still just
got a blue screen with the title "Loading Leisure..."...nothing else

I'm running Debian Jessie w/Iceweasel 38.2.0 (repository supplied).

On 08/22/2015 07:49 AM, Bill Burdick wrote:
> Hi there!
> I'm working on an open-source web-based platform for interactive
> editable documents that uses orgmode format, called Leisure.  I have
> minor mode that connects it to Emacs orgmode buffers so that edits are
> mirrored between them.
> I've been working on this for quite a while and I'm putting together
> an announcement document but I still wouldn't call it robust or
> complete, yet.
> My goal is to put together a video and make an announcement soon but I
> want to make sure I have covered a "reasonable amount" of orgmode and
> also have a "reasonable amount" of neato functionality, so I'm looking
> for brave souls who:
> - use orgmode regularly
> - want an editable web representation that updates as they edit in Emacs
> - won't mind some exciting adventures
> - don't mind dirtying their hands with software that's still a bit buggy
> Anyone think they might be interested in helping me test this thing
> and giving me their impressions?
> If you'd like to see what I have, so far, you can view the rough,
> unpolished version of my Emacs-to-Leisure document (subject to drastic
> change).  At this point, this link is in flux so your mileage may vary:
> http://textcraft.org/newLeisure/?load=elisp/README.org
> -- Bill Burdick

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