Emacs Muse (also known as "Muse" or "Emacs-Muse") is an authoring and publishing
environment for Emacs. It simplifies the process of writing documents and publishing them
to various output formats.
Obtaining Emacs Muse
Muse is developed using git. For
instructions on how to obtain the latest development version of Muse,
consult the relevant chapter of
the Muse Manual. The latest development version may be also downloaded
Stable releases are available at the muse-el
GNA project download area.
Debian and Ubuntu packages for Muse are available. The package is
the Debian Packages page for
instructions on using my custom Debian and Ubuntu package repositories.
Documentation for Emacs Muse is available online, as
is documentation for most GNU software. You may also find more
information about Emacs Muse by running
Translations of documentation
To report issues, ask for help, dialogue about various publishing topics (among other
things), keep track of announcements, or follow Muse development, the following mailing
lists are available. As a spam-prevention measure, you must first subscribe to a mailing
list before sending email to it.
- This is a low-traffic list for Muse announcements.
- URL: http://mail.gna.org/listinfo/muse-el-announce/
- Discussion, bugfixes, suggestions, tips, and the like for Muse. This mailing list also
includes the content of the Announcements list.
- URL: http://mail.gna.org/listinfo/muse-el-discuss/
- Log messages for commits made to Muse.
- URL: http://mail.gna.org/listinfo/muse-el-logs/
- Generated bug reports for Emacs Muse.
- URL: http://mail.gna.org/listinfo/muse-el-commits/
- Discussion of translation of
the Muse website and documentation into many languages.
- URL: http://mail.gna.org/listinfo/muse-el-internationalization/
The Gmane website allows you to access the mailing lists
in a variety of useful forms, such as: RSS feed, a blog-style interface, and a news feed
for a newsreader.
To report a bug or suggest a change, check out
the Muse bugtracker. All bugs that are sent
to this tracker will also appear on our
muse-el-commits mailing list.
Baz is currently being maintained by Alex Ott. Please use the mailing lists for
Emacs Muse is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms
of the GNU General Public
License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the
License, or any later version.