Oops... living the past. I meant Pocket, not Paper.
On Wed, Jul 10, 2019 at 11:13 AM Tom Keays <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I used to try to convert articles to ePub so I could read them later, but
> over time, I've reverted to using Instapaper for that
> purpose. (Aside: Paper is perhaps a more robust alternative, although I
> haven't made the switch yet myself. I noticed that Firefox seems to use
> Paper for its in-browser reader.) In any case, Instapaper works well enough
> with Code4Lib Journal articles. With Instapaper, if anything is garbled and
> I still want to read it, I just go to the original and read it there
> instead. I also use an IFTTT applet that reads RSS feeds and saves articles
> automatically to Instapaper. That's pretty sweet.
> However, to actually answer your question, I came across a browser
> extension called EpubPress -- https://epub.press/ -- that looks pretty
> good. I opened up 6 articles from the current issue of Code4Lib Journal
> and followed the EpubPress wizard to select all of them to convert to ePub.
> It made a nice little booklet with a table of contents. Graphics and even
> tables were handled pretty well. Code was a bit of a mess (long lines
> wrapped awkwardly), but probably good enough. I guess if I cared enough, I
> might try editing them in Sigil.
> On Mon, Jul 8, 2019 at 3:34 PM Sylvain Machefert <
> [log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> summer is fast approaching and with it is coming time to catch up with
>> C4L journals issues I have missed. I was looking for a way to get the
>> latests issues as epub and so far I have not found an easy way to do it.
>> I have found the discussions on code4lib wiki that date back to 2014 :
>> https://wiki.code4lib.org/C4lMW14_-_Code4Lib_Journal_as_epub and the
>> associated github repository
>> https://github.com/jtgorman/c4l-journal-as-epub but the issue27.epub
>> example is generating errors in Calibre.
>> The ruby code at https://github.com/LouisStAmour/journal2epub seems to
>> work better as the downloadable epubs at
>> https://github.com/LouisStAmour/journal2epub/downloads work fine but
>> they stop at issue 12, and as I am not really into ruby I have not
>> been able to install it. But as the latest update is from 9 years ago,
>> I am not sure it is a good idea to investigate into it.
>> So to summarize : is anybody there reading C4L journal as epub? Would
>> you please share your method to get properly formatted epub from an
>> Best regards,