Announce: PerlPointCD 3.00 - a conference CD toolkit

Discussion in 'Perl Misc' started by Jochen Stenzel, Feb 7, 2004.

  1. PerlPointCD is a tool to compose and maintain conference CDs, as well as
    to build websites presenting conference materials. Initially written and
    used to produce the CDs of the German Perl Workshop
    (www.perlworkshop.de), it now was generalized to be of common use.

    To make it easy to start with, to demonstrate how things work, and to
    show how results can look like, the manual is included as a "demo CD"
    with sources, building environment and results.

    Version 3.00 can be found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/perlpoint .



    Feature list from the README file:

    * produces HTML user interfaces to browse,

    * one or more template based layouts,

    * layouts can provide CSS, Java, JavaScript and/or frames for
    navigation,

    * directory based approach makes it easy to organize talks within
    the cd structure,

    * automatic conversion between long and (ISO file system and
    web address compliant) short directory names,

    * convenient interface: makefile with certain targets,

    * ready for teamwork: parts can be prepared by different team
    members (and speakers) and easily integrated,

    * easy and transparent integration of speaker materials,

    * archive feature to integrate previous conferences,

    * related talks (of current year and archives) are linked
    automatically,

    * source files can be written in PerlPoint or POD, further formats
    can be added by own source filters in Perl,

    * automatic links for CPAN modules,

    * module index added automatically,

    * author index added automatically,

    * index page generated automatically,

    * generic texts produced in configurable languages,

    * powerful set of predefined PerlPoint macros ready to use,

    * integrates validation links into prerelease pages,

    * logging check mode for automatic preproductions to find
    errors in integrated materials,

    * supports browser navigation bars

    * ... and more
     
    Jochen Stenzel, Feb 7, 2004
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