pad-to-print workflow to make the post-script of the 3rd Obfuscation Workshop
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README.md

Post-Script

pad-to-print workflow to make the post-script of the 3rd Obfuscation Workshop

http://www.obfuscationworkshop.org

https://3rd.obfuscationworkshop.org

About this Post-Script

This publication was made using a custom tool that allows for collaborative design, based on Flask, Pandoc, Etherpad, Etherdump and Weasyprint. The publication was written on one shared Etherpad and turned into a PDF using web-to-print techniques. This way of working allows for the writing, editing, copy-editing and design could happen within the same space.

Throughout the publication 9 text pattern separators appear that were generated partially in the last Study Group session by Cristina Cochior, Ero Balsa, Manetta Berends, and Pieter Delobelle. We performed a form of "slow computing" on the transcripts and chats from the sessions by looking for markers which traverse the multiple topics and registers that had been discussed during the Obfuscation Workshop. The last three separators come from the editing work of Amy Pickles who shared through email some of the words that reappeared often but were spelled differently each time.

Generate the Post-Script

$ sh post-script.sh

  • (input) downloads post-script.md from an etherpad
  • (input) downloads post-script.css from another etherpad
  • (processing) uses post-script.template.html with Pandoc to generate the PDF
  • (output) generates post-script.html (for debugging) and post-script.pdf

Requirements

  • etherpump
  • API access to an etherpad instance
  • pandoc
  • weasyprint