The Annozilla project was designed to view and create annotations associated with a web page, as defined by the W3C Annotea project. Annotations are stored as RDF on a server, using XPointer (or at least XPointer-like constructs) to identify the region of the document being annotated. Additionally, the Annozilla source code is available. The intention of Annozilla is to use Mozilla''''s native facilities to manipulate annotation data - its built-in RDF handling to parse the annotations, and nsIXmlHttpRequest to submit data when creating annotations. To use Annozilla, you will need to install the packages, get set up with a user account with an annotation server (e.g., the W3C test server), and then you should be ready to start using the extension.
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