While I’ve been heads-down with my SFU CMPT-363 User Interface Design course, I’ve just released a theme settings update for my Grav Open Course Hub and Open Publishing Space projects. Based on feedback from @MakaryGo, these changes are intended to better group/present Git Sync and custom menu options.
Figure 1 - Open Publishing Options
Recently I tweeted a sneak peek of the new Grav Presentation Hub skeleton, and I thought I would share it here:
Inspired by a chat with Ole Vik (author of the @getgrav Presentation Plugin) I've been working on a little side project… Presentation Hub. This Grav skeleton provides a list of Markdown-based presentations, with a link to present each one fullscreen. Oh, and #OER Git Sync too🚀 pic.twitter.com/HFGILDdrnN— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) August 5, 2019
Recently I tweeted about the new Presentation Listing page for the Open Course Hub skeleton package (which leverages Ole Vik’s Presentation Plugin), and I thought I would share it here:
Soon to be part of the @getgrav Open Course Hub, a Presentation listing page - like a blog post listing page but for your Markdown-based slides within a Grav site using the new Presentation Plugin (https://t.co/YwLtQfU7DS) which uses the best-of-class reveal.js Framework👇 pic.twitter.com/1a241hZCgT— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) May 3, 2019
Recently I tweeted the addition of document versioning for the Learn2 with Git Sync skeleton package (which leverages Grav’s Multi-language feature), and I thought I would share it here:
Inspired by an inquiry by @dgibbons and made possible by the amazing work of @rhuk, the latest @getgrav Learn2 with Git Sync skeleton package beta (which requires Grav 1.6) now supports document versioning🎉 pic.twitter.com/HgnmawjKGa— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) March 4, 2019
Recently I tweeted some details about the new Presentation Plugin by Ole Vik for the Grav CMS, and I thought I would share them here:Continue Reading
Recently I tweeted some recent improvements to Sections-type pages, designed to support a large amount of Markdown-based content within a Grav site, and I thought I would share them here:
One of the most popular aspects of the @getgrav Open Publishing Space and Open Course Hub is the 'Sections' type page, where a large amount of content is accessible via sidebar links and next/prev section buttons pic.twitter.com/eCOXuoPxom— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) February 4, 2019
Recently I tweeted some of my thoughts about Markdown, open content, and the release of the new Grav Presentation Plug, and I thought I would share them here:
While not a 'silver bullet' for all open content/#OER scenarios, in my experience Markdown supports truly open (think of the 5Rs) and collaborative materials (when used with Git-based Web services like GitLab/GitHub/etc.) while also enabling a more streamlined workflow. [1/4]— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) January 23, 2019
Recently I’ve been working on trying to visualize my approach for a future-friendly open content system, including how my Grav projects support that system, and I thought I would share them here:
1st attempt to visually represent the future-friendly (i.e. content independent of platform) open content system I've assembled and used for the past several years. #OER is only one aspect - the other aspects are efficient workflows, flexible tool choice, and overall experience🚀 pic.twitter.com/OefBQq26OB— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) November 27, 2018
Today, the biggest update so far to the Git Sync Plugin has been released, and what a release it is! Two of the most requested features have been added - the ability to sync additional user folders and the ability to fine-tune the automatic synchronization of page changes - plus much more!