and turns it into:
I also was in a great rush preparing for Resbaz Sydney and so I used the tool with little customisation, to much more mixed results to create a Python workshop shared document. (Thus me raising the issue on styles for how folk use the tool.)
Students took shared notes and this export to google docs went adequately well. Though the SVG transfer process was problematic and I ran out of time to solve it properly.
Unfortunately, buoyed by my success with Python, I didn’t test the SQL shared document well enough and ended up with random blocks of data throughout:
While correcting this is important so I can use my tool for my own future workshops, we now have the opportunity to generalise from these examples to fit the needs of the community.
I’m currently working on generalising the tool to all lessons. Comments reflecting on how you use shared documents (Etherpad/google Docs/any other?) in your workshops are invited to join the conversation on Github.