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RE: DAISY, JAWS and Flash



> I am very interested in the DAISY standard, but I could not find any
> access to opensource development-tools for the daisy-standard 
>  (transformers,
> authoring tools, players etc.) at the daisy website, because they are
> restricted to members only. Do you know some opensource tools for the
> daisy standard?


http://sourceforge.net/projects/dsidtb is the best bet, but very little as
yet.
Its only been open a few days.  We are collecting transforms into/out of
daisy
and niso, which should be open sourced, so watch this space as the saying
goes.

regards DaveP


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