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So today I had a test at the uni with a lot of formula and given that it was boring to learn, I created a cheat sheet using asciidoc. The fun part is that the just released asciidoc 8.3 not only supports inline tex expressions but (using -a latexmath) supports rendering most of them to html as well.
I bookmarked a few related useful howtos on delicios, and my 14-page-length doc is available here (source, pdf, html).
I also like the new table format. The only buggy thing seems that I always have to scale images down, 100% results in a size about 200% somehow. Ah and the url escaping stuff I just reported, but that's not a problem here.
I hit it while building Git v1.6.1-rc1, released today. The toplist of that is interesting:
$ git shortlog -s -n v1.6.0..v1.6.1-rc1|head 351 Junio C Hamano 61 Alexander Gavrilov 54 Shawn O. Pearce 48 Miklos Vajna 43 Jeff King 38 Brandon Casey 29 Nanako Shiraishi 28 Nicolas Pitre 25 Alex Riesen 24 Petr Baudis