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Re: Introducing Hacklily, another online LilyPond editor

From: Joshua Netterfield
Subject: Re: Introducing Hacklily, another online LilyPond editor
Date: Wed, 3 Jan 2018 11:52:11 -0500
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Hi Karlin,

In my mind, the main usecase for something like Hacklily is to share sheet music with others, and I plan to extend that part of Hacklily (e.g, by supporting publishes to GitHub Pages and thinking more about collaboration) in the future.

You can make the "sheet-music" repo private if you give money to GitHub. I may also think about other options for private sheet music if it looks like there is demand.

Joshua Netterfield

On 2018-01-03 10:45, Karlin High wrote:
On 1/2/2018 11:19 PM, Joshua Netterfield wrote:
or sign in with a GitHub account to save sheet music directly there.

So far, this looks very nice! I like the autocomplete for code and autopreview for results.

I've done a little work with LilyBin and mostly liked it. But I could see that people would soon want file-save options other than DropBox, if they're already heavy users of Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, whatever-else. Hacklily is saving to GitHub, which naturally provides great source code control, and just obsoleted my storage-provider wish list.

Looks like anything saved at becomes a public repository in the user's GitHub account. I supposed if someone wanted a setup like that for a private repository, for copyrighted works and such, they'd have to put up their own, private instance of Hacklily somewhere?

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