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Mathematics in ebooks

Improving MathML in Gecko & WebKit and Creating a collection of EPUB samples

  • Only a few days left to contribute!

    Dear all,

    The crowdfunding campaign closes at the end of the month. If you would like to help improving Science in e-content, it is still time to contribute... even a symbolic amount! Please spread the word one last time again to give everybody a chance to participate! At the moment, thanks to your contributions the project will continue at least 3 months. Hopefully more people will get involved during this last week!

    The work done this week has been to continue the progress mentioned in the last status update, so I'm not writing a report this time. Next week will be the last one before the official project launch, so I'll be preparing some administrative things, the server to access the documents as well as writing a couple of new documents. Be sure to have a valid email address (+ ideally name) on your Ulule account, so that I can contact you.

    Below are some videos of some documents that will be available to the project supporters, viewed in WebKit. They show how a page can mix MathML, CSS, SVG, WebGL, Web fonts, Videos and Javascript. Note: you will certainly recognized some bugs mentioned in previous status updates like bug 119043 and bug 44208. You can watch videos previously published here and here.

  • Screenshots

    Dear all,

    As indicated in the weekly Status Update for supporters, improvements have been made on Open Type MATH support in Gecko this week. Here is a screenshot for the Asana fonts:

    Screenshot Asana (release vs nigthly)

  • Status Update

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  • Status Update

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  • Back to work

    Happy new year!

    I wish 2014 will be a great year for MathML!

    I hope you had a nice season holiday. I'll come back to the project development tomorrow. FYI, I have published a general update on my blog: http://www.maths-informatique-jeux.com/blog/frederic/?post/2014/01/05/Funding-MathML-Developments-in-Gecko-and-WebKit-%28part-2%29

    Best wishes,