david at kineticode
Feb 11, 2011, 8:52 AM
Post #2 of 3
On Feb 11, 2011, at 6:04 AM, Krzysztof Rudnik wrote:
Re: deltami.edu.pl - a new bricolage site is online
[In reply to]
> Hi all,
> I am really pleased to announce that a new bricolage site
> www.deltami.edu.pl is finally online.
> DeltaMi is a website of Delta - a popular monthly (existing since
> 1974 and affiliated with Warsaw University)
> devoted to mathematics, physics, and astronomy and computer science
> primarily aimed at high-school students.
> Among our writers (our readers, our friends) you will find teachers, students,
> math or physics olympiad winners, and top class University professors.
> Delta articles are extremely complex (hardcore math, footnotes,
> illustrations, marginal notes etc)
> but all this stuff is managed quite easily with Bricolage, LaTeX and TeX4ht..
> Some technical details ;)
> 13 story types
> 110 element types
> 12 OC's
> 5 independent taxonomy trees
> TeX action
> 2 additonal bric layers (TeX and TeX cache)
> some minor enhancements of bric GUI and API
> All articles for Delta paper publications are in TeX.
> Importing them to bricolage is quite simple: copy&paste to bric fields.
> I can add safe inline links of type mail, footnote, biblio, exlink,
> [relstory/relmedia]link - the job is quietly done by Bric, TeX and
> All of this would not be possible without such a beautiful software as
> Bricolage is.
> I am really happy I found it some time ago.
> Going online took quite a long time but it is not Bric fault - I am
> rather mathematician then developer and made a lot of mistakes on the
I think you're a developer now. :-)