Hey MADCello, there might be an easier way . . . but first, some copyright clarification.
Officially the BSoD projects are under the Open Content license:
What this means is that you can copy, modify, and redistribute the work, but:
*you must give the author credit.
*the derivative work must have the same license so that others can modify, copy, and redistribute the derivative work as well.
*the license and warranty disclaimer must be prominently displayed.
OK, now that’s out of the way . . . you mentioned reformatting, but there might be an easier way to generate an offline version.
I made a PDF out of my BSoD tutorial, you can see the current version at:
(in the “Offline Version” sidebar)
To make it, I first clicked on the “Printable version” link on the left side navigation of each page. Once it finished loading, I sent the page to an Adobe PDF print driver. Alternatively you could print to a generic postscript driver and convert the output to PDF.
As you can see, there are a couple of issues: sometimes a sidenote spans 2 pages, or text gets a little scrunched on one side. But for the most part it comes out nicely without any reformatting whatsoever.
I have access to a full version of Adobe Acrobat, so I was able to compile all the pages together into one PDF. I’m not sure if there’s a program that does that for free. If you need a hand with that, PM me and I’ll be glad to help out.
When you’re done, I think the best place to post them would be on the Blender wiki (and an announcement here, of course).