This project aims to produce a free software toolkit for making high-quality custom Jewish liturgical books, such as haggadot, siddurim, and bentchers, that can be displayed on screen or printed to paper. The project's goals are to include a reliable source text, and to enable the user to customize the text for local rites and customs, and to selectively include multilingual translations, transliterations, instructions, notes and commentaries.
The project is at a very early development stage. The first project goal is to create a usable haggadah, with all of the software necessary to produce a PDF. If you are interested in helping with development, join the jewishliturgy-discuss Google group and/or fill out our survey form.
What it isThe project software consists of the following:
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