Re: [Tools-discuss] Request to retain kramdown compiler and author stats

Lars Eggert <> Thu, 11 March 2021 20:15 UTC

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On 2021-3-11, at 22:07, Brian E Carpenter <> wrote:
> Also, since we're talking elsewhere about making the IETF more inviting for newcomers, don't forget that a large fraction of the engineering population expects an installable Windows application. (That's something GitHub got right, in fact: GitHub Desktop rocks.)

Forgot to add: If someone wanted to, one could install a web server exposing a simple web service that executes the toolchain a part of the docker image. It might even be possible to package this into something clickable. I haven't found a need to do this, but would happily merge a PR.