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The idea behind Booktype and Objavi is to support as many different types of output formats as possible and have the ability to create high quality outcomes for each from a single source document. Objavi started out as a part of the Booktype project, where it's role was making PDFs and EPUBs from books created inside the Booktype editor.
Publishers, newspapers, print-on-demand services, educators... breathe a sigh of relief. Booktype Pro is here! No more lost manuscripts, overwritten Word files, awkward wikis or cumbersome CMSes. Replace all that hassle with a free, cloud-based service you can get started with right away.
Just two weeks until the Frankfurt Book Fair 2012. Booktype will be there the whole week and we would love if you come visit us. Check out the Tools of Change Conference and the Sparks Stage for our presentations and the Innovation hall where we will have a booth with our magazines for you.
Sourcefabric USB sticks are preloaded with all our software. Buying one of these sticks will help Sourcefabric and also allows you to easiiy test Newscoop, Airtime or Booktype open source software for independent news.
Siyavula makes free textbooks for students in South Africa through online collaborative writing. The Booktype software enables community contributions and improves the process of publishing whether it is online or in print formats.
WYSIWHAT? was a week of unconferencing and development workshops at Sourcefabric in Berlin that brought folks from Newscoop, Booktype, Superdesk, OERPUB, Connexions and Siyavula together to discuss the future of the WYSIWYG editor.
Collaboration on a book is a normal part of writing and producing a book, but there are several work models that a writer can choose from. Adam Hyde discusses the spectrum of collaborative book publishing.