Allows you to collaborate on RMarkdown writing through google docs. You will have to use RMarkdown syntax in google docs however, which seems even more cumbersome than plaintext integrations.
As far as I can see on the demonstration, it will also not do anything for better presentation while writing (since it isn't knitting or anything before you download from gdocs again of course). Don't know how well people would adopt this then.
A really interesting open-source (and open data friendly as far as I can see) tool for writing, publishing, sharing, exporting, and interacting on (think peer review) articles and scientific writings. Can probably also be used for other writings but that's the primary intent.
Seems really interesting, as in should delve deeper with this one. Built on W3C standards uses OpenID and other interesting tidbits.
Prose diffs for any document format supported by Pandoc. Can be used to compare two different pandoc documents or, much more useful to me, to convert 'track changes' changes in an office (word, libreoffice, ..) document into criticmarkup diffs.
A perfect filter for pandoc when creating annotated bibliographies, chapters, individual sections, different primary and secondary sources and the like --- Anything you have to have separate bibliographies for, really.
The Knowl Bookshelf aims to be a unified front-end for all of your ebook databases. Often, there may be significant structural differences between various ebook sources (i.e. Project Gutenberg Project, Internet Archive, Open Library, etc). Knowl Bookshelf mutates these differing sources into a common set of univeral Knowl fields. This consolidated/unified database is then presented to the end user as an elegant Single-Page Application (SPA).
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