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* [http://www.lawver.net/archive/2005/03/18/h15_s5_instiki_happy_geek.php S5 + Instiki] - A little out of date.  Will replace with the instructions for .10 in the near future.
 
* [http://www.lawver.net/archive/2005/03/18/h15_s5_instiki_happy_geek.php S5 + Instiki] - A little out of date.  Will replace with the instructions for .10 in the near future.
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* [http://wiki.frimouvy.org/TheS5Editor Friwikiwiki] - PHP and DHTML, in development. Plans XUL version.
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* [http://soapbx.com/ Soapbox] - Rails based editor
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* [http://s5presents.com/] - S5 Presents - another Rails based editor, download available
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* [http://www.enfoldsystems.com/Products/Open/PloneS5 S5 for Plone] - as the name suggests
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* [http://fletcher.freeshell.org/wiki/S5SlideShow S5 module for Oddmuse]
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* [http://www.users.muohio.edu/darcusb/files/S5.ooxsl.tar.gz S5 plugin for OmniOutliner 3] - no web page I could fine; this is the download
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* [http://homepage.hispeed.ch/py430/python/ Restructured Text] (reST) to S5 converter
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* [http://www.adammathes.com/academic/document-processing/s5schema/ Schema support for S5] including, notably, a slideshow DTD and S5-to-Atom
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Note that there are other slide formats [http://www.clipperz.net/users/marco/blog/2005/12/28/slidy_and_s5_ready_for_an_ajax_editor as listed here]: [http://slideml.bitflux.ch/ Slide ML] by Bitflux, [http://perlpoint.sourceforge.net/ PerlPoint] by Jochen Stenzel and [http://blogs.sun.com/roller/page/bblfish?entry=slidy_better_than_powerpoint_or Slidy] by Dave Raggett of W3C.

Revision as of 20:21, 22 January 2006

  • S5 + Instiki - A little out of date. Will replace with the instructions for .10 in the near future.
  • Friwikiwiki - PHP and DHTML, in development. Plans XUL version.
  • [1] - S5 Presents - another Rails based editor, download available


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Note that there are other slide formats as listed here: Slide ML by Bitflux, PerlPoint by Jochen Stenzel and Slidy by Dave Raggett of W3C.