Re: [Rfc-markdown] [irsg] Next iteration (was Experimental deployment of CodiMD)

Robert Sparks <> Wed, 17 June 2020 20:32 UTC

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On 6/17/20 3:20 PM, Carsten Bormann wrote:
> (This is the real-time markdown collaboration tool that is best known under its previous, now commercial name: hackmd.  It doesn’t do rfc-markdown right away, but often the ability to use snippets of markdown as editable material in a meeting is quite useful.  The tool even has a slide show mode!)
> Great news!  Thank you.
> Those that want to try this in various settings: There is a little pop-down in the right hand side of the tool that starts out with “editable — signed-in people can edit”.  In the long run, that may be the right setting, but until everyone has a datatracker account and gets used to using it, “freely — anyone can edit” may be the right, low-threshold setting during a meeting.
> Use
> to get an overview of what can be in these notes, and maybe
fwiw, allow freeurl is set, so you can also create notes with readable 
names (like
> to see some of that in action (upcoming ASDF BOF, maybe), and
> for how that later looks in the I-D or RFC...
> Grüße, Carsten
>> On 2020-06-17, at 21:43, Robert Sparks <> wrote:
>> OAUTH2 integration with the datatracker is working now, and is the only way to login to
>> The site has been stable. I encourage groups to try using this instead of etherpad for upcoming interims and for IETF108.
>> Please let me know if you run into any difficulties.
>> RjS