As a Wikisource user, I want the replacement of ElectronPDF with WSExport PDF functionality to be investigated, so it can be determined if it the change will result in less errors and issues associated with such downloads.
**Background:** When users access the "Download as PDF" from the sidebar in Wikisource, they are using ElectronPDF. In other parts of Wikisource, the user uses WSExport. We believe that many of the issues associated with PDF downloads may be related to ElectronPDF. The purpose of this investigation is to determine if this is correct, and if so, the degree of improvement we may be able to expect with such changes.
* Investigate the primary work that would need to be done in order to replace ElectronPDF with WSExport
* Investigate the main challenges and risks associated with implement such a system
* Provide a general estimate/idea, if possible, of the potential impact it may have on ebook export reliability
** In other words, do we have a strong hunch that this could, indeed, improve reliability? Why or why not?
* Provide a general estimation/rough sense of the level of difficulty of effort required in doing such work