So apparently the Math extension has been used extensively in the OpenGL wikis for years. It's now on in the WebGL wikiOK, cool! That is definitely good enough to get started, and it will be easy to switch to MathJax afterwards as it's LaTeX syntax.
Also the iframe widget is in. I'd like to propose a guideline that iframes will only be used for context hosted on khronos.org so if you want to put a sample in, add it to the repo through github first.
Very cool!Example of both features is here http://www.khronos.org/webgl/wiki/Test(ps: Yes, I know that iframe sample is not on khronos.org)
Also, I'll see if I can write up some guidelines. It's relatively easy to setup CSS for a sample so that if the sample is run in a window by itself it has different styles than when run in an iframe.On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 10:46 PM, Mark Callow <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 01/08/2012 13:05, Benoit Jacob wrote:I would be more convinced of both the claimed ease of installation of this Wiki extension and it working if the above page contained an example. Instead it contains a link to a, er ..., .png file to show you what the how the example source is rendered. What's with that?
Wonderful! I didn't know about that, but that project is doing exacty the right thing. A Google search for Mathjax Mediawiki returned this result: http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:MathJax
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