Amaya is a complete web browsing and authoring environment and comes equipped with a WYSIWYG style of interface. It lets users both browse and author valid Web pages, with standards including HTML, native MathML, and SVG documents. It also includes a collaborative annotation application .
a browser/authoring tool that allows you to publish documents on the Web
a complete web browsing and authoring environment and comes equipped with a WYSIWYG style of interface, similar to that of the most popular commercial browsers
Amaya is a Web editor, i.e. a tool used to create and update documents directly on the Web. Browsing features are seamlessly integrated with the editing and remote access features in a uniform environment. This follows the original vision of the Web as a space for collaboration and not just a one-way publishing medium. Home: http://www.w3.org/Amaya
Amaya is the Web browser (somewhat similar to the Netscape and Internet Explorer browsers) that was developed by members of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as a practical tool as well as a testing ground for W3C ideas. Amaya includes an HTML editor as well as a viewer and can be downloaded freely from the W3C Web site for use in either Linux or Windows 95/NT/2000 operating system. Amaya is distributed as open source software, meaning that software developers are free to add to or modify its code and extend its capabilities. According to Web inventor and W3C Director Tim Berners-Lee, Amaya was developed because at the time no commercially available browser included editing capabilities. The idea was to develop the browser as a way to see why such capabilities hadn't been provided and perhaps help solve any problems that were in the way. Amaya also offers a testing platform for other W3C developments such as MathML, a user interface for creating complex mathematical expressions.
From Glossary of "Weaving the Web" ( 1999-07-23) An open source Web browser editor from W3C and friends, used to push leading-edge ideas in Web client design. Amaya
Amaya is an open source web browser and authoring tool created by the 'Opera' structured editor project at INRIA and later adopted for a time by W3C. Amaya is a direct descendant of the Grif WYSIWYG SGML editor created by Vincent Quint and IrÃ¨ne Vatton at INRIA in the early 80's, and of the HTML editor Symposia, itself based on Grif, both developed and sold by French software company Grif SA.