[Om] Announcing the Notation Census

Christoph LANGE ch.lange at jacobs-university.de
Sun Dec 13 18:08:15 CET 2009

Hi Paul,

2009-12-12 15:02 Paul Libbrecht <paul at activemath.org>:
> I am happy to announce the launch of the Mathematical Notation Census,
> a web-based recollection hosted by the Math-Bridge EU project.

following up on that initiative, which I highly appreciate (see also my
comment in one the census homepage), I wanted to draw the attention of the
visitors of the OpenMath 2 CDs (to which you link from the census) to the
OpenMath wiki -- particularly to its discussion feature.

For the OpenMath 3 CDs, I had done that a long time ago, by adding some lines
of code to OpenMath3/xsl/cd2html.xsl, and you can see the result on, e.g.,
http://svn.openmath.org/OpenMath3/cd/MathML/set1.xhtml -- note the small links
to the wiki for each CD and symbol.

Now I would like to do the same for the OpenMath 2 CDs, as they are also
available in the wiki.  However, the XHTML files, such as
http://www.openmath.org/cd/combinat1.xhtml, do not seem to exist in the svn,
nor is there an XSLT that generates them.  So how _are_ they generated?

Actually, we could introduce the same kind of links from the rendered OpenMath
2 CDs (and from the wiki) to the notation census, to make further visitors
aware of that.



Christoph Lange, Jacobs Univ. Bremen, http://kwarc.info/clange, Skype duke4701
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