tech can't fix us now
Error handling in both POSIX shell and bash alike leaves something to be desired. I'm sure I can think up other reasons why not to go much further without rewriting in another language. Top contenders: Lua and Nim
Lots of junk around the actual article content. Also bad in firefox's readerview :/
We could do a custom workaround.
The tables and other metadata from Wikipedia pages ends up messy and awful in the resulting gmi page. Would be good to see if we can get a good result from converting to commonmark with pandoc.
It would be nice if pictures from a given article or page could be viewed from the final document.
The most reasonable way I can imagine doing this is by making a patch to rdrview which will convert img tags to an href, which should then be preserved in the final conversion. Lagrange can then handle opening these images.
I see that job timeout implemented, and I'm curious as to what it's set to.
That said, I don't think we will want to aim for static linking. It's still a useful resource though.