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opensiddur

The Open Siddur 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 include producing a reliable source text, enabling personalization and customization of the text for local rites …

Updated May 27, 2016

Roma

forked from TEIC/Roma

Updated Apr 15, 2016

Stylesheets

forked from TEIC/Stylesheets

TEI XSL Stylesheets

Updated Apr 15, 2016

exist

forked from eXist-db/exist

eXist Native XML Database

Updated Apr 14, 2016

fonts

open source licensed, unciode fonts in Hebrew, Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, and Amharic scripts

Updated Apr 11, 2016

JavaScript 5 2

opensiddur-client

Reference client for the @opensiddur server

Updated Apr 10, 2016

hebmorph-exist

EXPath packaging for hebmorph Hebrew morphology analyzer

Updated Oct 7, 2013

sourcetexts

Staging ground for source texts.

Updated May 2, 2013

HebMorph

forked from EfraimFeinstein/HebMorph

This is an open-source effort for making Hebrew properly searchable by various IR software libraries, while maintaining decent recall, precision and relevancy in retrievals. Includes Hebrew Analyzer for Lucene, and already produces results for Hebrew texts which are much better than the default Lucene implementation. Available for Java and .NET …

Updated Mar 24, 2013

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