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    Robin Berjon
    @darobin
    it works!
    you are now officially a hipster hacker ;-p
    Tzviya
    @TzviyaSiegman
    i now have way too many methods to chat
    Robin Berjon
    @darobin
    all set for BrooklynJS and all
    Ivan Herman
    @iherman
    It is/was certainly easier to set it up and work with it than irc on iPhone
    Robin Berjon
    @darobin
    @TzviyaSiegman We could open a Slack to try to unify that :innocent:
    Tzviya
    @TzviyaSiegman
    :)
    Ivan Herman
    @iherman
    I have no idea what slack does... I hear about it but the only thing I know is that hackers love it
    Robin Berjon
    @darobin
    it's not so much hackers as companies
    Ivan Herman
    @iherman
    Ah! Then it is for @TzviyaSiegman
    :smile:
    Robin Berjon
    @darobin
    it's basically IRC with a proprietary client that doesn't look horrible and lots of integrations, which are basically like bots except you don't need to code them yourself or run Perl 4 to get them to work
    hah!
    we use it at work, I think most small companies do nowadays
    we also used it in the coworking I was at before
    Tzviya
    @TzviyaSiegman
    i have a lot of friends who use slack
    Ivan Herman
    @iherman
    What would it bring in this case compared to gitter or, hm, irc?
    Robin Berjon
    @darobin
    @iherman nothing, I was just making a 927 joke :)
    Ivan Herman
    @iherman
    :-)
    Tzviya
    @TzviyaSiegman
    Wiley uses a chat tool associated with our email client
    Ivan Herman
    @iherman
    I have to get off my bus...
    Tzviya
    @TzviyaSiegman
    have a good night
    Robin Berjon
    @darobin
    good night!
    Liam Quin
    @liamquin
    Hmm, I'd rather see a non-proprietary pretty interface to IRC and not have to keep up 15,000 Web pages with no useful notification when anyone says anything. But that's 'cos I'm old and grumpy :D
    Robin Berjon
    @darobin
    yeah, you have a point
    that said, this does have notifications at least
    Liam Quin
    @liamquin
    Hmm, I didn't get notified when you just said that, though
    Robin Berjon
    @darobin
    oh, I did when you just spoke :)
    there's a notifications setting under the tools, top right
    Liam Quin
    @liamquin
    Maybe it's because I'm not using one of these new-fangled portable cableless telephones?
    Ah, I see, OK
    Robin Berjon
    @darobin
    neither am I, I'm on a "computer"
    Liam Quin
    @liamquin
    merci
    Robin Berjon
    @darobin
    de rien
    et bons baisers d'Annecy :)
    Liam Quin
    @liamquin
    ooh cool, does it have blinking lights and say "working"?
    :D :D
    Robin Berjon
    @darobin
    it does when you type "working"!
    Liam Quin
    @liamquin
    My nephew had a wikipedia page about him for a while that said he was raised in Paris; I thought he'd done it to keep some privacy but turns out he's no idea who wrote it
    Robin Berjon
    @darobin
    hahaha, that's really cool
    Liam Quin
    @liamquin
    hmm, ok, the "notification" is putting a black (1) in the browser's tab. Well, we'll see. Off to walk the dogs.
    Robin Berjon
    @darobin
    here it pops up a notification
    enjoy!
    Liam Quin
    @liamquin
    ah, it sends email.
    Jean Kaplansky
    @jeankaplansky
    Awesome. I'm in!
    And I seem to be in here all by myself. Le sigh.
    Ian Devlin
    @iandevlin
    I can see that this group isn't very active.
    Mike - 5DOC
    @mac2net
    I just published a 5DOC sample of an academic article from the Winnower that can be downloaded as HTML and read offline. Most open access sites, while serving HTML, offer download in PDF which boasts far fewer features than the HTML version. If publishers could leverage the investment in the web version for offline use, there is a much greater chance they would want to add value to the content with Scholarly HTML.
    On the sample, just click the red "5" to download the offline HTML version.
    Blog post: http://www.5doc.org/blog/2016/09/15/sample-open-access-academic-article/
    Sample article: http://samples.5doc.org/content/how-to-write-using-rich-text-format-and-markdown-in-latex-and-overleaf/
    jibe-b
    @jibe-b
    Hi there!
    I would like to know if there is already a connection between the work done around scholarly html and dokie.li.
    In both projects, an html+rdfa template is used with similar human-machine readibility approach, with different scope.
    any common plan?