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A couple years ago, I chanced upon a site for creating a tzuras hadaf layout on the Gemara. The website used a custom markup (using tags) to create the layout, and it was a community project that anyone could contribute to. Now I'm looking for it and I can't find it. Does anyone know the name of the site?

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Can you clarify what the goal of the website was? – Menachem Jun 2 '13 at 4:59
I'll second @Menachem's comment. Your "on" is confusing. In any event, welcome to Mi Yodeya. I hope you stick around and enjoy it. – msh210 Jun 2 '13 at 5:03
@Menachem: As I recall, the objective of the website was to create a text-based (as apposed to an image), digital print of the Gemara that would be typeset like the standard Vilna print. The website's developers created a tagging system for users to go ahead and contribute with the typesetting. I'm interested in taking a close look at the tagging system they implement. – Shmuli Jun 2 '13 at 5:08

This site is not tzuras hadaf but it is community editable both text and commentary. http://www.sefaria.org/

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I suspect that this is what you might be looking for:


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