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Walkthrough - Specifications Editing Tools - Sept23 2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Drummond Reed
21:33
PDF generation would be great
Drummond Reed
23:54
for the majority of specs, simplicity wins over power
Juan Caballero
24:29
Thank you Daniel Hardman, for pitching to the overscheduled and underresourced (me)
Juan Caballero
28:35
Jekyll is what generates caballerojuan.com :D
Juan Caballero
28:41
easy enough for a moron to install!
Daniel Buchner
33:47
Configuration is inside the page, and everything is rendered in clientside js
Daniel Buchner
34:07
I think it's important to note that, because while that is nice in some ways, it also is limiting in others
Daniel Buchner
35:09
The html template used in spec-up can be trivially moved to a static document you can edit
Daniel Buchner
35:26
that would take about 10 minutes of dev to do
Juan Caballero
38:44
i'm scared off even by the name
Chris Lee
41:55
Good question, Orie! I was wondering the same =)
Daniel Buchner
45:23
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wTu7kbtPgwBii1MtjoR1-QYemaUlhcZl/view
Balazs Nemethi (DIF)
45:55
https://github.com/decentralized-identity/org/blob/master/Org%20documents/Membership%20agreements/DIF%20Project%20Charter%20_4.0.2.pdf
Balazs Nemethi (DIF)
46:00
here is the GitHub file version :)
Chris Lee
47:59
Thank you. This PDF is helpful!
Daniel Buchner
51:01
Would love to collaborate with others
Drummond Reed
51:14
Can both Daniel and Orie provide links to the starting points for learning about/getting your tools?
Daniel Buchner
51:30
I wrote many of the different pathing features specifically upon the request of Orie and others
Chris Lee
52:39
Where can I get the specup.json file?
Chris Lee
53:41
Sorry, I mean specs.json
Daniel Buchner
54:08
Do you mean where as in, an existing copy to examine?
Chris Lee
54:17
The one you showed today
Drummond Reed
54:21
Or just got get started
Daniel Buchner
54:25
https://github.com/csuwildcat/spec-up/blob/master/specs.json
Chris Lee
54:25
And yes, to study.
Chris Lee
54:28
Thank you
Drummond Reed
54:33
Thanks
Drummond Reed
55:25
Orie, what’s the link we should have to your tool?
Orie Steele (Transmute)
55:50
https://github.com/transmute-industries/respec-github-pages
Orie Steele (Transmute)
55:54
Its a GitHub template
Drummond Reed
55:59
Thanks
Orie Steele (Transmute)
56:09
https://github.com/w3c/respec
Orie Steele (Transmute)
56:16
https://respec.org/docs/
Orie Steele (Transmute)
56:34
https://pages.github.com/
Daniel Buchner
56:39
ReSpec started with 100 developers - much like Louis Pasteur's maggots on meat, they just appeared
Daniel Buchner
56:52
(I kid)
Drummond Reed
57:10
dluchuk@contractor.linuxfoundation.org
Martin Riedel
57:39
sorry
Martin Riedel
57:46
I did not want to reraise
Drummond Reed
01:00:01
I think ReSpec as a format would be acceptable as input to many SDOs
Rouven Heck
01:00:29
Thanks to both of you!
Juan Caballero
01:00:34
Yes!
Balazs Nemethi (DIF)
01:00:40
Thanks a lot for the two of you!
Drummond Reed
01:01:27
There’s a ton of work you both have put into these!
Juan Caballero
01:01:27
And thanks to David and Drummond and ToIP for hosting and organizing!
Chris Lee
01:01:31
Thank you!
Jeff Braswell
01:01:34
Cheers !
Orie Steele (Transmute)
01:01:34
Thanks all
Martin Riedel
01:01:35
Thanks Dan and Orie!