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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
 
* [http://www.adammathes.com/academic/document-processing/s5schema/ Schema support for S5] including, notably, a slideshow DTD and S5-to-Atom
  
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.
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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, [http://blogs.sun.com/roller/page/bblfish?entry=slidy_better_than_powerpoint_or Slidy] by Dave Raggett of W3C, [http://slideshow.rubyforge.org Slide Show (S9)] by Gerald Bauer.

Revision as of 05:05, 22 March 2008

S5 Tools

S5 is an XHTML + CSS + Javascript slideshow system created by Eric Meyer, which uses microformats (namely, XOXO 1.0: Extensible Open XHTML Outlines). Here are some tools for working with S5 slideshows.

Note that there are other slide formats as listed here: Slide ML by Bitflux, PerlPoint by Jochen Stenzel, Slidy by Dave Raggett of W3C, Slide Show (S9) by Gerald Bauer.