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have added cross-links with homotopy groups of spheres (nlab)
I can try to tweak things to get the mathematics to render later.
Well, that broke the announcement mechanism!
Sorry about the comment spam here as I worked on converting the Instiki table to an HTML table! (I couldn’t see ’preview’ functionality to let me check my changes before submitting?) At any rate, the conversion is now done; but if people aren’t happy with the result, feel free to revert it to the Instiki-table version.
Fantastic! Thanks very much for this! Funnily enough, you have implemented the mathematics in exactly the same way as I am doing in my work-in-progress tool which parses iTeX/LaTeX to HTML. I take encouragement from this :-)!
Regarding #10: it is not really the announcement mechanism that broken, rather than that the nForum cannot handle it (i.e. it would break in the same way if one wrote the same directly in the nForum). If one escapes the <a>
as code, like I am doing here, it should work again. Perhaps you could edit #8 and #9 in this way, Alexis, just so that they display?
Regarding #11: indeed, there is no preview, the philosophy of Instiki is that one edits after submitting until happy (there is a 30 minute window after editing where changes are merged into the same edit).
Thank you very much, this is looking great! The colouring will need to be transposed. I should make it more clear that the table has entries $pi_n(S^k)$, but it is difficult to be very expressive with these tables quickly.
The higher $pi_n(S^1)$ should probably be linked, since they should be known from $\ast \to S^1$ being the universal cover (and so give isos on $\pi_n$, $n\geq 2$), but I don’t know if this was written down. I haven’t checked Mike’s proof, or any other, that $\pi_1(S^1)=\mathbb{Z}$.
Re. #12:
Fantastic! Thanks very much for this!
Thank you for your kind words!
Funnily enough, you have implemented the mathematics in exactly the same way as I am doing in my work-in-progress tool which parses iTeX/LaTeX to HTML. I take encouragement from this :-)!
:-)
it is not really the announcement mechanism that broken, rather than that the nForum cannot handle it (i.e. it would break in the same way if one wrote the same directly in the nForum). If one escapes the &l;a> as code, like I am doing here, it should work again. Perhaps you could edit #8 and #9 in this way, Alexis, just so that they display?
I’ve now made those changes; thanks for the heads-up.
Regarding #11: indeed, there is no preview, the philosophy of Instiki is that one edits after submitting until happy (there is a 30 minute window after editing where changes are merged into the same edit).
Ah, okay.
Re. #13:
You’re welcome. :-) But, gah, sorry about the colouring errors! I’ve now changed the table so that the colours match the colours of the relevant entries in the Wikipedia table.
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