ot: daisy books

Janina Sajka janina at rednote.net
Tue Feb 8 13:54:53 EST 2005

No, and writing a DAISY 2 authoring tool on Linux is probably not
advisable. At this point we should be looking to move to ANSI
Z39.86-2004 (DAISY 3).

Alex Snow writes:
> Hi all. I have several books in mp3/ogg that I'd like to convert to 
> daisy for storrage on cds. Is there any daisy conversion software for 
> linux? I've done some research and all I've come up with is players, no 
> references to authoring.
> -- 
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> like it, that's ok: that's why I'm boss. I simply know better than you do.
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