Annotea on Mozilla
Annozilla 0.3.3 re-released
The initial 0.3.3 release didn't seem to work. I've made a new
release now (on the CVS main branch, not the patched branch) which
I hope will work. If you installed 0.3.3 before 18th March, please
try clearing your browser cache (Edit -> Preferences ->
Advanced -> Cache) and reinstalling. (This
is the error you'll see if you have the wrong version.)
Changes in 0.3.1 were:
- Goes directly to the annotation server, instead of via the bookmarklet
- Uses fixed positioning in the sidebar to display the title and annotation
body at all times
This is the the Annozilla project, designed to view and
create annotations associated with a web page, as defined by the W3C Annotea project. The idea is to
store annotations as RDF on a server, using XPointer (or at least XPointer-like
constructs) to identify the region of the document being annotated.
The intention of Annozilla is to use Mozilla's native facilities to
manipulate annotation data - its built-in RDF handling to parse the
annotations, and nsIXmlHttpRequest to submit data when creating
To use Annozilla, you will need to install the
code, get set up with a user account with an annotation server (e.g., the W3C test server), and then
you should be ready to go.
You can also see some screenshots - examples
of Annozilla in action, and its integration with Mozilla. Currently there are
screenshots for either the current released
version, or the proposed new version
which should be included as part of the 0.4 release, when it is available.
- May 26 2002 - Posting annotations crashes Mozilla 1.0 RC1 (a Mozilla bug). Posting annotations fails in Mozilla 1.0RC2/3.. Once Mozilla 1.0 is released, I intend to release Annozilla 0.3.4, which will have any fixes needed for 1.0 to work. Until then, there is a fix described in bug 1486.
- Mar 18 2002 - Annozilla 0.3.3 re-released; the initial release didn't seem to work. This is a maintenace release for use with Mozilla 0.9.9.
- Mar 18 2002 - Started work on annotating framed documents, and non-HTML documents (e.g. GIFs).
- Mar 4 2002 - Being held up by an