Arena / Amaya (was: Re: <math>, <fig>, ...)

Lineaer Algebraiker (ma104@math.uio.no)
Sat, 11 May 1996 11:39:52 +0200


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To: www-html@w3.org
Subject: Arena / Amaya (was: Re: <math>, <fig>, ...)
Date: Sat, 11 May 1996 11:39:52 +0200
From: Lineaer Algebraiker <ma104@math.uio.no>

>It's my understanding that the W3C have not abandoned arena =

>but moved on.  At the conference in Paris they were showing =

>Amaya - an editor/browser.  This is being used as a testbed =

>for various browser work including HTML extensions and =

>stylesheets (with stylesheet editing) but also collaboration =

>and publishing.
>
>It is the product of several years work at INRIA and is considered =

>to be a better base to work from.  It currently works on UNIX =

>and is being ported to PC/Windows.
>
>If anybody is interested I'll post my notes from the W3C session =

>yesterday that covered it.

Yes Please!

>Steve.

-- =

James =D8. Baum
MA104 Line=E6r Algebra Fjernundervisningsprosjektet -
MA104 Linear Algebra 'Open University Project'
Institute of Mathematics, University of Oslo, Norway
http://www.math.uio.no/~ma104/