[talk] sent for presentations

George Neville-Neil gnn at neville-neil.com
Tue Nov 17 05:19:48 EST 2015

Honestly, at this point, I either use Beamer in LaTeX or something 
proprietary.  I liked
magicpoint, in its day, but that day is long past.  There are ton of 
great tutorials for Beamer.


On 17 Nov 2015, at 0:44, George Rosamond wrote:

> OpenBSD has misc/sent which is really simple presentation software.
> Doesnt seem to be in pkgsrc or FreeBSD ports/pkgs. (hint hint)
> I'm a fan of misc/magicpoint (FBSD, OBSD, pkgsrc) which has a slight
> learning-curve for figuring out templates and a style sheet.
> Magicpoint is also great in that it outputs to HTML and also to text,
> and the language is latex-esque.
> sent (git.suckless.org for source or tools.suckless.org/sent) is even
> simpler than Magicpoint: you can't customize much at all.  The text is
> generated into PNGs with each paragraph being a slide.
> sent makes sense if you need to crank out something quickly with 
> little
> or no preparation time.
> g
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