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Mathematical Markup Language (MathML)? I’ve thought about LaTeX/TeX strategies on the web for a bit ever since someone asked years ago about different approaches. I never got to poking around on my blog, but since then the masters have delivered unto us;

  1. MathML ( based web specification)
  2. KaTeX
  3. MathJax

In format conversion land we’ve been given; LaTeXML, make4ht, texmath, temml, and Pandoc.

MathML looks rather safe. After that, I’d imagine it’s mostly incompatability struggles, XML spooks, and making math “write easy”.
l = 10 0.00 + 0.05 m m
(1) A unilateral tolerance allowed in one (uni) direction (plus)
l = 100 ± 0.05 m m
(2) A bilateral tolerance allowed in two (bi) directions (plus and minus)
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Some nix language gotchas I’ve experienced while using NixOS personally:

  1. Avoid with expressions unless with the inherit keyword for identifying hidden attributes in scope.
  2. Avoid the rec keyword unless there’s tracking/control of infinite set recursion (self naming/references).
  3. Avoid importing more than 1 instance of <nixpkgs> for any evaluation chain unless there’s magic compute and “infinite” memory.

Tricky is numero three, but crucial for fast feedback regardless of the current thing? I don’t poke around as much to know anymore but; legacy, flakes, community, and possibly others.

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I caught a glimpse of an interesting thing by chance. Meta Platforms Facebook hid the x from their login prompt on public pages–including government pages, then brought it back. ‘Twas on the desktop before mobile and perhaps (who knows) for a subset (as a test). A “login only public page” is for a near–distant future, set. Seriously though; developer documentation will become my final excuse to visit Facebook.

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The x factor
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