- archival data (hmt-data)
- technical documentation (hmt-doc)
- programs developed for the HMT (hmt-code)
- end-user applications (hmt-apps)
The content is written in markdown in four repositories hosted on bitbucket.org. The markdown pages are converted to HTML5 and formatted for inclusion in the HMT web site using mdweb, a minimal system for managing structured documentation in markdown syntax which you can find among our first listings in the new hmt-code section of the site (here).
We hope that with this very lightweight documentation system we will be able to keep these sections of the web site up to date more easily. The new system has already simplified mirroring those sections of the HMT web site: you can currently find clones of all four sections on katoptron.holycross.edu.
To coordinate blog entries here with content on the homermultitext.org web site, we will include tags parallel to the four web site sections (data, doc, code, apps) on discussion here relevant to one of those sections.