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ActiveMath 1.0 release candidate 1

From: Paul Libbrecht <paul@activemath.org>
Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2007 11:26:15 +0100
To: Public MathML mailing list <www-math@w3.org>
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ActiveMath 1.0 release candidate 1

ActiveMath 1.0 is nearing completion and we are happy to announce the  
availability of the release candidate 1. It can be seen at: http://am- 
preview.activemath.org/.
ActiveMath is a web-based platform for creation Mathematics learning  
environments. It supports the user by integrated semantic   
mathematical input and output, by interactive exercises, by learner- 
modelling and course generation. More information about ActiveMath  
can be read at http://www.activemath.org.

ActiveMath 1.0 is a stabilization of the ActiveMath development and a  
polish of most of its features. We would be looking forward to all  
interested parties to ActiveMath to actually give a spin at testing  
this installation and tracking any issue encountered.

What has changed ? Lots since the LeActiveMath releases… among others  
the addition of languages (now ActiveMath speaks 9 languages), the  
support for several computer-algebra-systems, and the maturation of  
most components. Detailed changes can be seen on the jira detailed  
release notes.

If all goes well, the release 1.0 should happen early in January.

Enjoy!

Stefan, Paul, and the whole ActiveMath Group


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