1 Dealing with process
It is impossible/potentially frustrating for publishers to follow up/track the way in which proposals are handled between community meetings. This may create tensions. There perhaps needs to be a more frequent follow-up between the decision moment in which proposals for implementation are selected for development, and the moment that they have been completed (and what it means for them to complete).
2 ICML output
Test run with Pandoc in Docker, seems to work. Feature proposal to have an ICML download next to EPUB.
Wax currently doesn't keep track of version history, as with git. Feature proposal to have such a tracking history and the possibility to export the document and its entire history + comments. This seems to become a possibility with the Prosemirror library. The idea is to export the entire production history of a book.
4 Interface with other platforms
It is crucial for the viability of Editoria if it can easily interface with other platforms/repositories, such as KDP, Portico, OAPEN, LOC, DOI providers, ISBN registrars. Proposal to look into the development of these plug-ins.
5 Custom tags
In order to minimize the amount of tweaking at the PDF export stage in CSS, introduce custom tags in Wax that do not necessarily be displayed, but can be further defined in CSS. Use case: poetry with wide left margin, certain words that need to be colored red, etc.
6 Entire book view in Wax
Way in which to easily move between chapters, either by scrolling through them or by a previous/next chapter button.
7 Move Download HTML button
Move download HTML button from Paged.js split screen to Wax main page as a download button, like download ePub.
Vincent will draft feature proposals based on items 2--7.