Serna Free XML Editor Goes Open Source Soon!

Woodinville, WA (PressExposure) June 19, 2009 -- Syntext, Inc. ([http://www.syntext.com]) is happy to announce that Serna Free XML Editor is going to be open-source software soon! Serna is a powerful and easy-to-use WYSIWYG XML editor based on open standards, which works on Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, and Sun Solaris/SPARC ([http://syntext.com/products/serna-free/]).

We love Serna and wish to share our passion with anyone who wants to make it better. Our mission is to make XML accessible to everyone, and we believe that open-source Serna could enable much more users and companies to adopt XML technology.

So, if you are passionate about contributing to open-source Serna XML Editor in some way, here are our requests for you to help make the Open Source and XML world better:

- Discuss open-source Serna with the community! Please share your ideas concerning technology, business or partnership at our forum:

[http://forum.syntext.com/syntext-serna-xml-editor/serna-open-source-discussion/]

- Donate to help Serna go free! Making Serna sources open requires quite an effort and goes beyond our regular business. If you love Serna and enjoy using it, please support us to make Serna free to the world and serve people better. Please contribute at: [http://www.syntext.com/donation/]

- Spread the news! Please mention Serna goes open source in your blogs, Twitter, and XML mailing lists. The free Serna code needs to find its hackers! We need to know what they think and how they can participate.

We rely on you to help us improve Serna XML Editor and keep it free and running!

The Syntext Team

About Syntext

Syntext, Inc. is a private American company founded in Seattle, Washington in 1999. Syntext’s mission is to develop software for XML content authoring solutions and related services. Visit [http://www.syntext.com/about/] for more information.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 19, 2009 at 5:42 am
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