How do I: title a new pub? | use tags? | insert images, video, equations, Latex Math, citations, code, etc? | format and change the size of images and videos? | format my text? | add and manage chapters?
How do I: add collaborators to a pub? | add admins to a community? | share my working draft? | organize the layout of content in a collection? | manage privacy and permission settings for my pub? | add collaborators to a version? | publish? | begin a review process?
How do I: comment on a pub? | embed comments within my pub? | cite a pub? | cite a specific/older draft of a pub? | see older versions of a pub? | create my own discussion channel? | export a pub? | share a pub on social media?
PubPub can be used to create almost any type of content, from digital collections to preprint servers, repositories, blogs, and hard-to-categorize creations. Here are some ideas and examples to use as inspiration if you're coming to PubPub with a novel project in mind.
With PubPub, anyone can publish and distribute meaningful, impactful reviews with appropriate metadata that can be picked up by aggregators in about an hour — at no cost and with no technical expertise required.
PubPub uses Pandoc to convert from LaTeX to HTML, and KaTeX to render LaTeX math blocks in browsers. Both Pandoc and KaTeX have limitations that can lead to issues with imported LaTeX. This Pub covers common issues and how they can be resolved.
Martin Crampin describes the artistic side of Creative Commons, featuring port communities in the British Isles. How did they commission, curate, and exhibit a project highlighting five ports across two countries all while making it digital?