Article about LilyPond. In what is a blog?

LilyPond — a free app to set the musical text. One article (habrahabr.ru/blogs/linux/127238/) I wrote a blog "Linux for all", but now I think its a place somewhere in another blog (somehow I think about the "Typography").


Second question: what aspects of use would like to highlight more? Perhaps my assumptions don't match the preferences of the readers.
October 8th 19 at 02:22
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October 8th 19 at 02:24
This app is not only for Linux, and all its essence — pure typography. So do you not get it sent.

About the theme: you can also mention goewie editors with illumination and ability to play written, for example, frescobaldi, denemo, nted on; it is necessary to consider (relative) new chips lilypond such as parallel music (very nice stuff for piano two-, three -, and four-hand line).
Should give place to the description of the integration of musical strings in plain text (for example, a book in which half the page is the usual markup text with latex, a half-page note, lilypond).
October 8th 19 at 02:26
I agree with merlin_rterm — the integration of musical strings in plain text (latex). With working examples, Cyrillic in file names and text, often alternating text and music.
For me personally (but hardly to a wide circle of readers) is now a very hot topic manual adjustment of the distances between the notes (you need to group notes of arbitrary groups, regardless of duration, rhythm, and saligaonet).
For promotion lilypond — introduction to work under windows overview of Windows editors (like jedit and Frescobaldi).
October 8th 19 at 02:28
If it is possible to change the font, tell us how.
The font of the text or the music? With the text everything is just as I remember. Yes, and with notes, too, that it was. - annabell.Kris50 commented on October 8th 19 at 02:31
lilypond.org/doc/v2.14/Documentation/notation/fonts? - Bertha.Wiso commented on October 8th 19 at 02:34

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