> S5__ is basicaly a bunch of files and a HTML template to create
> nice looking presentations, viewable with the webbrowser.
> Now instead of editing HTML you can use reST and convert the text
> file to a slide show with rst2s5__
Very cool. Would you like to add your code to the Docutils project
(perhaps initially in a sandbox directory, or a branch)? We'd need
your SourceForge.net & BerliOS.de user names.
I heard about S5 last fall and thought about hooking it up with
Docutils, but never got around to it. Separately, I had been working
on some ideas for a Docutils slideshow writer. I've added my
previously-unpublished ideas-in-progress to the to-do list:
S5 gets us most of the way to the system I envision. The main feature
I want that S5 lacks is a "speaker's master document", which would
contain a small version of the slide text with speaker's notes
interspersed. The master document would be displayed in a window on
the speaker's laptop, and the slides would go to the second monitor
able to hack it up some day, but haven't had the time or the will.
David Goodger <http://python.net/~goodger>