Back in the day I wrote mkdocs-pandoc, a tool that lets you generate Pandoc from documentation in mkdocs documentation. The target format for
mkdocs is HTML pages. The target format for Pandoc is not really limited: you can use it to generate HTML, asciidoc, PDF (via LaTeX), EPUB and many others.
Now I do not really have a use for
mkdocs-pandoc at the moment, so I've been letting its maintenance slip - basically I'm not maintaining it anymore. It is still a useful tool, and I'd be happy to see it dusted off and adopted by someone who uses it actively enough to maintain it. I'll ask around among the various folks who forked it (there are a few), but maybe there's someone at SUSE who'd be interested as well.
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