I'm going to be changing the pelican posts that I have that use the PlantUML plugin to be in the draft status.
I really enjoy having a way to put my words into a diagram, but I honestly haven't had a need to and having my computer pause for a second as it starts up java to render the diagrams everytime has gotten a little annoying.
Going forward, I'll use an application to create the diagrams and then just add them to my images directory.
One thing that has been bothering me for a while is the fact that most of the websites that I was going to and the system that I was using to generate my blog were wrapping stand alone images into <p> tags.
would turn into:
To me, this doesn't make sense that you would have an image in an unnessary container.
Sure, it wouldn't been seen by most people, but don't think it parses to well for screen readers and is probably a hastle for webdesigners who have to account for this with generated content.
What's the solution?
Well, pelican does offer a wide array of plugins, but I've already worked with plugins before and I didn't want whatever solution that I came accross to be specific to pelican.
Luckily, I didn't have to come up with something all by myself because @jdittrich created an extension that you can add to python-markdown.