greatislander member since: Feb 10, 2016

greatislander's packages

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    bight/packetboat

    A service-agnostic vehicle for WordPress transactional email.

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    bight/proof

    Proof for Keybase lets you provide a web identity proof to the Keybase service via a simple WordPress settings page.

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    greatislander/stronglyworded

    No-frills web app for form letter generation.

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    pressbooks/excalibur

    Excalibur is a SWORD protocol client for Pressbooks.

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    pressbooks/pb-api

    This plugin provides a JSON-based REST API for Pressbooks, an open source book publishing tool built on the WordPress multisite platform.

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    pressbooks/pb-cli

    A suite of wp-cli commands for Pressbooks.

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    pressbooks/pressbooks

    Pressbooks is an open source book publishing tool built on a WordPress multisite platform. Pressbooks outputs books in multiple formats, including PDF, EPUB, MOBI, web, and a variety of XML flavours, using a theming/templating system, driven by CSS.

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    pressbooks/pressbooks-aldine

    Aldine is the default theme for the home page of Pressbooks networks. It is named for the Aldine Press, founded by Aldus Manutius in 1494, who is regarded by many as the world’s first publisher.

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    pressbooks/pressbooks-austenclassic

    Named for English author Jane Austen, this is a traditional book theme, with serif fonts, that works well for fiction and simple-layout non-fiction.

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    pressbooks/pressbooks-book

    This theme is named after Canadian media theorist Marshall McLuhan, who coined the phrase “the medium is the message.” It is designed for academic writing and is also suitable for fiction. Headings are set in Cormorant Garamond, and body type is set in Lora.

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    pressbooks/pressbooks-cas-sso

    CAS Single Sign-On integration for Pressbooks.

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    pressbooks/pressbooks-clarke

    Named after Arthur C. Clarke, this is a simple book theme, with some light modern touches. Good for fiction and non-fiction. Body font is Tinos; headers Lato.

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    pressbooks/pressbooks-donham

    This theme is named after Wallace Donham, Dean of Harvard Business School from 1919 to 1942. The Donham theme is a light, modern theme, equally effective for non-fiction and fiction. Body font is Tinos, and Header font is Galdeano. An earlier version of this theme was commissioned by Harvard Business Review Press.