[racket] Racket embedding / FFI "guide" docs?

From: Grant Rettke (grettke at acm.org)
Date: Sun Aug 7 09:13:06 EDT 2011

On Sun, Aug 7, 2011 at 8:01 AM, Neil Van Dyke <neil at neilvandyke.org> wrote:
> * After a little thought, I've decided that I don't want random people's
> comments or discussion in my Racket manuals.  A simple HTML "a" element
> feedback link on each page would be OK with me (but I'm not the person who
> would have to spend time triaging the feedback thus submitted).

What if it is a collapsible panel; the kind where you only see the
contents when you click on it to expand it?

> * Not only do I not want "disqus.com" or similar service to be able to track
> every documentation page I look at, but those services are almost always
> hooked into multiple larger cross-site user tracking/profiling setups (e.g.,
> Facebook's, Google's, various ad networks).

What if a trust-able site hosted it?

> (If one is from Denmark, which
> I understand is an extremely nice place, one might have trouble believing
> the moral flexibilities of Internet companies elsewhere.)  So, if local
> documentation page views or searches call out to the Internet, either there
> should be an easy and reliable way to opt out of this (not an opt-out
> browser cookie), or I will have to write a PLaneT package that constantly
> decontaminates a user's local documentation, and that has a marginally
> offensive name.

What if when local content was generated; it became a link to the
external discussion thread?

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