This website could not exist without (many) awesome free software projects. Although I could not list them all even if I wanted, my desire is at least to try keeping up-to-date a curated description of the “main” ones.
- Authoring Content
- Static Website Generation
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|2020-03-19||Use inline mathematics to display KaTeX||91c1621|
|2020-02-18||Generate the ToC with soupault rather than org-mode in Thanks.org||50c03e1|
|2020-02-18||First publication of a page listing FOSS used to build this website||fd76248|
- Emacs is an extensible editor which I use daily to author this website content, and write the code related to this website (and any code, really). It is part of the GNU project.
- Org mode
- Org mode is a major mode of Emacs which I use to author several posts. It has initially been written by Carsten Dominik, and is currently maintained by Bastien Guerry.
Coq is a theorem prover and a proof assistant built by Inria. Many of my posts
on Coq are regular Coq file processed by
Static Website Generation
- Soupault is a static website generator and HTML processor written by Daniil Baturin.
sasscis a compiler for SASS files (actually, a wrapper around
libsass), authored by Aaron Leung, Hampton Catlin, Marcel Greter, and Michael Mifsud.
- GNU Make
- GNU Make is a build automation tool which ensures HTML files are generated from my posts before calling soupault. It is part of the GNU project.
- Fork Awesome
- Fork Awesome is a collection of icons for the web. It is a community fork of Font Awesome.
- is the “fastest” math typesetting library for the web, and is uses to render inline mathematics in my posts at build time. It has been created by Emily Eisenberg and Sophie Alpert, with the help of many contributors.
- Fira Code
Fira Code is a monospaced font by Nikita Prokopov inspired with Fira Mono by
the Mozilla Foundation, with “programming ligatures” (e.g.,
!=, etc.), and it is used here for verbatim content (principally source code).
- ET Book
- ET Book is a webfont of the typeface used in Edward Tufte’s books, converted by Adam Schwartz. It is used as the main font of this website.