[FM Discuss] objavi
jo at flossmanuals.org
Wed Jun 10 12:30:16 PDT 2015
Apologies Michael, I only gave you part of the workaround there. Here's the
full instructions which will hopefully work for you as a stop gap to get
epub/pdf etc from booki.flossmanuals.net:
The workaround is to import it into http://booktype-demo.sourcefabric.org/ and
download the file(s) from there. Here's how:
* Register for an account at http://booktype-demo.sourcefabric.org/
* Log in
* Go to My Dashboard (top left)
* Go to My Books tab
* Click "Import Book" button and then:
* select "Copy or import Booktype book"
* for Source, enter the URL of your book at booki.flossmanual.net (eg.
* and enter your desired title
* you can also choose whether to keep it initially hidden from others
* click Import button
* you should then have access to edit your manual in much the same way
you're used to at booki.flossmanuals.net
is just a more up-to-date version of our software that hasn't been branded
* select the Publish tab, and then you can download your manual in PDF or
On the replacement booki publisher, I'm afraid I have gotten a bit
sidetracked on other things (blimey time flies when you're busy) and will
get back to finish it as soon as I can now - sorry! However, that's only
going to be part of the solution to the larger problem because it'll still
need booki.flossmanuals.net to be able to publish epub which I don't think
it can without objavi.booki.cc.
On 10 June 2015 at 08:32, Mick FM <mick at flossmanuals.net> wrote:
> On 09/06/15 21:21, Michael McAndrew wrote:
> Hey Jo,
> Thanks for that. Not sure if that will help since I don't think that our
> book is connected to that Objavi, or is there a way that I can import it?
> Hi there Michael,
> I issue has had quite a bit of discussion around it on the admin list.
> I'm not able to check through the archives of the admin right now. But I
> think a quick summary is:
> * objavi.booki.cc uses a slightly older / modified code base
> * you can use the api at objavi.booktype.pro api to generate pdfs and
> epubs for books on booki.flossmanuals.net
> * the html export needed for our and your publishing process isn't
> produced by objavi.booki.cc
> Last year we were working on a replacement for booki publisher which used
> the exported epub as a base rather than the custom html output. We got
> stalled on that but it seems like a good time to revisit the options open
> to us to get the publishing sorted out again.
> nice one
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