[erlang-questions] ANN: erlPress_core V. 0.01
Lloyd R. Prentice
Fri Aug 31 02:23:51 CEST 2018
ErlPress resumes would be fairly easy. I’m happy to help you with it, perhaps as a project we could publish as a blog post.
First step, scan the web for an attractive/functional layout. From there we can create a template. It would be cool to pour text into the template from your favorite db.
Several tasks high on my road-map would make it even easier and more elegant:
— Wider choice of fonts
— Wrapping up work-in-progress Markdown parsing
— db data input functions
The first task is challenging, though I have ideas. The second two should be fairly easy.
Thanks for your interest.
All the best,
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> On Aug 30, 2018, at 7:58 PM, Fred Hebert <mononcqc@REDACTED> wrote:
> I'm very happy to see that stuff, Lloyd! You've been around for a while and have voiced concerns about things that you found confusing in the past, but I'm impressed by what you got there out of what is (I think) the first publicly announced release you've got.
>> On 08/30, Nathaniel Waisbrot wrote:
>> Maybe I'll try a rewrite of my TeX-based resume in erlPress_core.
> Now that's something interesting. I don't know when I'd have time to try that but it would definitely be interesting.
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