Annotation of annozilla/www/index.html, revision 1.65

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1.43      matthew     6: <div id="announcements">
1.65    ! matthew     7:     <h3><a href="installation.html#experimental">Annozilla XPCOM alpha available</a></h3>
        !             8:     <p>Doug has been doing some excellent work on Annozilla, and there is an
        !             9:     experimental version available. This brings a lot of new functionality to
        !            10:     Annozilla (including multiple server support). This version will form the
        !            11:     basis of Annozilla 0.4.</p>
        !            12: 
1.55      matthew    13:     <h3><a href="installation.html">Annozilla 0.3.5 released</a></h3>
                     14:     <p>Annozilla 0.3.5 is released, mainly for compatibility with Mozilla 1.2 beta,
                     15:     but I encourage all users of 0.3 releases to upgrade, as it fixes a bug
                     16:     whereby some annotations would sometimes not be displayed.</p>
1.56      matthew    17:     <p>This release is not compatible with Phoenix; this is expected to be
1.55      matthew    18:     (partially) addressed in the forthcoming 0.4 release.</p>
1.65    ! matthew    19: 
1.18      matthew    20: </div>
1.16      matthew    21: 
                     22: <p id="intro">This is the the <b>Annozilla</b> project, designed to view and
                     23: create annotations associated with a web page, as defined by the <a
1.9       matthew    24: href="http://www.w3.org/2001/Annotea/">W3C Annotea project</a>. The idea is to
                     25: store annotations as RDF on a server, using XPointer (or at least XPointer-like
                     26: constructs) to identify the region of the document being annotated.</p>
                     27: <p>The intention of Annozilla is to use Mozilla's native facilities to
                     28: manipulate annotation data - its built-in RDF handling to parse the
                     29: annotations, and nsIXmlHttpRequest to submit data when creating
                     30: annotations.</p>
                     31: <p>To use Annozilla, you will need to <a href="installation.html">install the
                     32: code</a>, get set up with a user account with an annotation server <a
1.18      matthew    33: href="http://annotest.w3.org/access">(e.g., the W3C test server)</a>, and then
1.9       matthew    34: you should be ready to go.</p>
1.30      matthew    35: <p>You can also see <a href="screenshots.html">some screenshots</a> - examples
                     36: of Annozilla in action, and its integration with Mozilla. Currently there are
1.36      matthew    37: screenshots for either <a href="screenshots/first/">the current released
                     38:     version</a>, or <a href="screenshots/second/">the proposed new version</a>
1.51      matthew    39: which will be included in the forthcoming 0.4 release.</p>
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1.22      matthew    47: <tr>
1.44      matthew    48:     <td valign=top>
1.19      matthew    49:         <img src="http://www.mozdev.org/sharedimages/whatsnew_top.gif" width="154" height="15" alt="What's New">
1.42      matthew    50:         <ul class="small_images">
1.63      rainking   51:             <li>January 31 2003 - Experimental XPCOM-based
1.64      rainking   52:                        Annotations Service and corresponding
1.63      rainking   53:                        Annozilla client available for alpha testing
1.58      matthew    54:             <li>December 13 2002 - Rework on Annozilla needed to make the HTML
                     55:             editor (due in the long-delayed 0.4 release) work with current
                     56:             Mozilla nightlies
1.55      matthew    57:             <li>October 23 2002 - Annozilla 0.3.5 is released; a bug-fix (for displaying
                     58:             annotations and for compatibility with Mozilla 1.2 beta)
1.19      matthew    59:         </ul>
1.44      matthew    60:     </td>
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1.46      matthew    64:         <div id="contributors">
1.45      matthew    65:         <p><b>Project owner:</b><br>
1.44      matthew    66:         Matthew Wilson</p>
1.45      matthew    67:         <p><b>Contributors:</b><br>
                     68:         Doug Daniels<br>
1.44      matthew    69:         Jeffrey Phillips</p>
1.47      matthew    70:         <p><b>Annotation icons</b><br>
                     71:         &copy; W3C
1.45      matthew    72:         <p><b>Thanks to:</b><br>
1.49      matthew    73:         Mike Lee (<a href="http://mozblog.mozdev.org">mozblog</a>)</p>
1.46      matthew    74:         </div>
1.19      matthew    75:     </td>
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1.16      matthew    84: 
1.58      matthew    85: <p><b><i>Please use the <a href="bugs.html">bug reporting mechanism</a> or
                     86:         the <a href="list.html">mailing list</a> to discuss Annozilla.</i></b></p>

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