Peter Krautzberger on the web

A case study in mathematical content

As I wrote a while ago, I’ve been working to change my language to keep the notion of “mathematics on the web” and “equation/formula rendering on the web” separate. That’s hard since I’ve been mostly writing about equation rendering in the past few years; a professional risk, when you spent those years managing the open source project that provides the best and by far most popular equation rendering solution for the web.

Written elsewhere, booknet canada edition: Equations ≠ Math

I wrote a few things in the last few months that I’d like to cross post (and I’ll eventually archive them here).

2018 in preview

I miss writing here; alot. I technically wrote twice as much here in 2017 than in 2016 (and up to No. 200) but it was still less than once a month; it became hard at some point. I used to be able to blame my work for MathJax because I was (at times) writing a lot for the project; I don’t have that particular excuse anymore.