On Tue, Nov 22, 2011 at 21:51, Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
On 22.11.2011 12:05, Jean Weber wrote:
Another problem is that Lulu is using a form of DRM that requires use
of Adobe Digital Reader to download the ePub from Lulu's website, and
they didn't tell me that until after I had purchased the book. I
object to this in principle, especially given the CC-BY license on the
books, and the fact that ADR apparently doesn't run on Linux. I may
pull the ePub from Lulu because of that, and try producing our own
(DRM-free) ePubs for distribution through our own website.
I seem to recall an OOo plugin for exporting to ePub?
Sigil will import HTML, so that may be an import vector.
Yes, there are several possible ways to do it, including Calibre (my
preferred tool). Takes time and effort, even if the conversion tool
works well. Much testing required. This is something I am interested
in, and intend to pursue for my own reasons, some day when I have
I had some major problem with the OOo plugin; I forget what it was,
but it could have been that it failed to install on the Ubuntu system
I was using at the time.
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