This week we’ve been busy on publishing directly from the Curvenote web-app, we will be able to tell you more next week. Meanwhile, we shipped some changes to meta tag information for Curvenote websites including adding thumbnails for social images and previews when you paste or share a link.
By default, Curvenote will look for and use the first image from your Article or Notebook and use that as the thumbnail, but you can also override that by specifying a
thumbnail field in the page or project Frontmatter when working locally, or by uploading a thumbnail image via the Article settings when working in curvenote.com.
Curvenote Retreat 2022¶
This week the Curvenote team got together in one room for the first time. We’re a small remote team so meeting up like this was a great chance to chat outside of google meet, plan and do some group programming.
As well as hitting the trails and steaks in Banff, we spent time equalizing knowledge across our broad code base, especially going into details on some of the open source projects like MyST and Thebe that our team has been leading contributions on. We also planned and started implementing out our next-generation build system, which uses a lot of the same tools we use to deploy curvenote websites for researchers and authors who work with us.
Other resources from Curvenote tagged cliseoweeknote
Curvenote and MyST websites create structured data, which can be rendered by any number of "theme servers", which are in charge of turning that structured data into a reading experience.
Webinar - Learn how to write your next paper, report or even your thesis in MyST Markdown to create PDFs and interactive web articles.
This week we hosted a webinar showing off our new publishing in-app no-code publishing features
You can now interface with Curvenote through the command line using our new CLI. Eaily export your content, work locally with MyST Markdown, or export to any PDF, Word or LaTeX template.
Export your Curvenote articles to MyST Markdown to locally edit the content. MyST Markdown is a new specification of Markdown that allows you to write professional documents, books and websites.
An orcid.org is a persistent digital identifier for researchers which is widely used. You can now conenct your ORCID account directly to your Curvenote profile.