We now support MathJax! Just go to your blog settings page under the Text Rendering section, and enable MathJax.
Forum discussion here: https://discuss.write.as/t/new-formatting-syntaxes/43/5
@gutigen I hope you'll understand if I don't rehash everything I've already written on Write.as in a single toot.
But if you really don't see the point, that's cool! Not everyone needs to get it. I'm just a guy putting things out into the universe for anyone to take or leave :)
@gutigen Again, never advertised that Write.as was FOSS. Read.as is.
It works with the entire fediverse, including Plume, Pleroma, Mastodon, Microblogpub, etc.; you don't need Write.as at all for it to work -- that's the beauty of open protocols like ActivityPub.
I'm not sure what we're talking about here.
Hey 👋 it's easier to follow an account than a hashtag, so I created this one for https://Read.as.
Read.as is a long-form reader, similar to Feedly, built to be a peaceful place to read things from the fediverse -- particularly from long-form platforms like #Plume, @write_as, #Microblogpub, etc. In the future it'll also support RSS and curating what you read on your own profile.
It's built from scratch to be #FOSS, and is still very early in its development. But...
Basically I need to get the GTK app (https://code.as/writeas/writeas-gtk) packaged up with the CLI that it relies on (https://github.com/writeas/writeas-cli). Not sure how that should all be organized
The self-hosted version of Write.as is going to have image hosting built-in.
While it makes sense to have this functionality separated in @snap_as today for the hosted platform, it would be a pain for you to have to install and maintain two separate applications just for this.