[Sugar-devel] Como Hacer Una Actividad Sugar is now on the Internet Archive! Kindle and EPUB included!
nicestep at gmail.com
Sat Jun 25 16:13:06 EDT 2011
You're absolutely right about the all-in-one HTML being out of order.
I'll forward your email to the FLOSS Manuals mailing list.
As for getting a website for local use, yes it is possible. You have
a couple of options:
1). Use OBJAVI to produce templated HTML. This HTML will look pretty
much like what the FM website looks like. Go to:
The fields should be:
FLOSS Manuals server: booki.flossmanuals.net
Manual: Como Hacer Una Actividad Sugar
Book Title: leave blank or enter Cómo Hacer Una Actividad Sugar
Document type: templated_html
Page size: not applicable
The output will be in a zip file.
2). An EPUB is really nothing more than a zipped up website with some
XML files added. Unzip the EPUB and you'll have all the pages and
images, including a table of contents page.
On Sat, Jun 25, 2011 at 2:15 PM, Sebastian Silva
<sebastian at somosazucar.org> wrote:
> Hi James,
> I'm very happy to see this work.
> I tried the printable html (printer icon on floss manual)
> It looks not in the correct order.
> Is there any other way to download the html for local use?
> Congratulations to the whole team and for yourself for a wonderful book.
> El 23/06/11 19:39, James Simmons escribió:
>> I just spent a couple of hours getting the Booki-generated EPUB in
>> shape to generate a Kindle MOBI. Neither are quite perfect yet--the
>> footnote links need to be corrected (more on this tomorrow morning)
>> but the files are usable and much superior to what IA gives you
>> automatically, I would not hesitate to download them, use them, tell
>> your friends, etc. The files aren't up to the standards of the Kindle
>> Store yet, but they will get there.
>> If you've never used the Internet Archive before, be sure to check it
>> out. You can even page through the book online!
>> James Simmons
>> On Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 4:44 PM, James Simmons<nicestep at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Como Hacer Una Actividad Sugar is now on the Internet Archive:
>>> Note that the EPUB and Kindle files are automatically generated and
>>> are awful. I will replace them with good versions generated from
>>> Booki as soon as possible, maybe this evening.
>>> When everything is done you'll be able to download all formats of the
>>> book to your XO using Get Books of Get Internet Archive Books.
>>> The Spanish description is missing some accents, but I will fix that
>>> James Simmons
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