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Is SK8 still supported by someone

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Please provide any information regarding SK8. i.e. is it still supported and if so by whom. SK8 was originally developed by Apple's Advanced Technology Group, but all URL references to it are dead as is it's web site. It's a OOP Multi-media authoring program. I think it's written in Lisp.
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I see that no one has answered this for you. You might try clarifying your question. It is a little unclear.
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I couldn't really tell from your question, but the Apple Sk8 website is at http://sk8.research.apple.com/ there is also a mailing list just for sk8 available at the sk8 site. The mailing list hasn't had a lot of activity the past couple of months. But I think if you join it and ask what people are doing with sk8, you'll get some interesting answers. One of the members was kicking around the idea of and independent sk8 site. For those of you who don't know, sk8 is a visual development environment for building high level multimedia applications. The interface is very experimental and will output to variety of runtimes including Java. Definitely worth a look. And yes, it's written in Common Lisp.
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