Annotation of bookwyrm/www/index.html, revision 1.3

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                      7: <li>News item goes here</li>
                      8: <li>More news items go here</li>
                      9: <li><a href="http://www.mozdev.org/">mozdev.org</a></li>
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1.2       ryukage    16: <li><a href="http://purl.org/int-fiction/ifmi"><acronym title="Interactive Fiction Metadata Initiative">IFMI</acronym></a></li>
                     17: <li><a href="http://www.ifwiki.org">ifWiki</a></li>
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1.2       ryukage    36: <p>Bookwyrm is an Interactive Fiction collection manager. When complete, 
                     37: it will allow browsing and download of large online game repositories, 
                     38: and a universal intepreter that can play any of the major virtual machine based
                     39: game formats.</p>
1.1       petejc     40: 
1.3     ! ryukage    41: <p>Bookwyrm uses game databases stored in RDF format, utilizing the
        !            42: vocabularies provided by the <a 
        !            43: href="http://purl.org/int-fiction/ifmi">Interactive Fiction Metadata Initiative</a>.</p>
        !            44: 
        !            45: <p>Development will follow three general stages:</p>
        !            46: <ol>
        !            47:     <li>A Firefox extension, providing the basic features of cataloguing
        !            48:     and launching games, but depending on external interpreters to run them.</li>
        !            49:     <li>A standalone application, essentially a migration from Firefox to XULRunner
        !            50:     when the latter reaches production level deployment.</li>
        !            51:     <li>Completion of remaining features, including the framework for built-in
        !            52:     interpreters.</li>
        !            53: </ol>
        !            54: 
        !            55: <p>For more information on Interactive Fiction in general, see the <a
        !            56: href="http://www.ifwiki.org">if Wiki</a>.</p>
        !            57: 
        !            58: <p><em>Please pardon our dust, we're still setting up. Current source is already in CVS.</em></p>
        !            59: 

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