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ברכות לנרות חנוכה | Die Segenssprüche beim Anzünden der Ḥanukkah-Lichter (German trans. by Chajm Guski)

הַמַּפִּיל | A Parent’s Prayer for the Safe Sleep of their Newborn Child by Aurora Mendelsohn

Havdallah: Three Meditations on Holy Separations, by Trisha Arlin

תפילה להצבעה | A Prayer for Voting with a Pledge to Help Repair the World, by Rabbi David Seidenberg (neohasid.org 2008)

קִדּוּשׁ שֶׁל שִׁחְרוּר עַל שַׁבָּת ט״וּ בִּשְׁבָט | Shabbat Ḳiddush of Liberation for Shabbat Tu biShvat, by Mark X. Jacobs (1993)

באנו חשך לגרש | Banu Ḥoshekh l’Garesh (We come to chase the dark away), by Sara Levi-Tanai (1960)

תפלה שפת ישראל (אשכנז)‏ | Tefiloh Sefas Yisroel (minhag Bad Homburg), compiled by R’ Rallis Wiesenthal (2010)

תפילה למען תושבי/ות אל־עראקיב | A Thanksgiving Day Prayer for the Residents of Al-Araqeeb (قرية العراقيب), by Rabbi Arik Ascherman (2010)

תפלת מנחה לשבת | Shabbat Minḥah Prayers, a prayer-pamphlet by Dr. Jakob J. Petuchowski (1966)

שמחת בת | Simḥat Bat of Amalya Shaḥar Exler-Kaunfer, by Rabbi Elie Kaunfer and Lisa Exler

פְּרִי עֵץ הֲדַר | Pri Ets Hadar (Fruit of the Majestic Tree), the original seder for Tu biShvat (School of Rabbi Yitsḥak Luria, circa 17th century)

A Prayer for Dew, by Rabbi Rachel Barenblat

A Prayer for the Earth, by Rabbi David Seidenberg (neohasid.org)

מדרשים על אדם הראשון ותקופת החורף | Midrashim on the Origin of Winter Solstice Festivals by the Primordial Adam

שמחת בת | Simḥat Bat, by Dr. Devora Steinmetz and Rabbi David Silber (1987)

תְּפִלָּה בְּעַד הַמֶּמְשָׁלָה | Prayer for the Government, by Rabbi Dr. Louis Ginzberg (1927)

סדר תפלות כל השנה (אשכנז)‏ | The Authorised Daily Prayer Book of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Empire, translated and arranged by R’ Shimon Singer (1890)

יִגְדַּל (אשכנז)‏ | Yigdal, by Daniel ben Yehudah (German translation by Chajm Guski)

סדר עבודת ישראל (אשכנז)‏ | Seder Avodat Yisroel, a critical text of the Siddur annotated by Isaac Seligman Baer (1868)

ברכת החמה | Kavvanah for the Blessing for the Sun, by Rabbi David Seidenberg (neohasid.org, 2009)

תנ״ך | TaNaKh: the Holy Scriptures: A New Translation (JPS 1917)

Kavvanah on Standing Before God-Who-Sees-Me, by Virginia Spatz (1999)

חצות | Tikkun Ḥatsot: Getting Right at Midnight — An Introduction to the Midnight Rite by Shmuel Gonzales

A Tale of Two Codexes: The Aleppo and Leningrad Codex

“Ten Commandments of Jewish Social Networking” (Jonah Lowenfeld, Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles 2010)

Openness, remixability, and free culture (Efraim Feinstein, 2010)

סידור תורה אור (נוסח האר״י)‏ | Siddur Torah Ohr, the nusaḥ of the school of Rabbi Yitsḥaq Luria as arranged by the Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Lyadi

“Taking Prayer Into Their Own Hands” (Steve Lipman, New York Jewish Week 2010)

Development Status (2010-08-15)

Technology is a “plus” not “or” proposition: thoughts after NewCAJE 2010 by Efraim Feinstein

An interview with Aharon Varady on Open Source Judaism (Radio613, 2010)

Efraim Feinstein presents the Open Siddur Project at NewCAJE, 2010

Publicly funded work of Jewish non-profits should be shared with Open Content licensing (Future of Jewish Non Profit Summit, 2010)

The Limits of Liturgical Change: selections of halakhic discourse with translations by Rav Ethan Tucker (sourcesheet)

Our hearts are stirred to create and to share

נֻסְחָאוֹת | A Historical Map of Jewish Liturgical Influence and Variation, by Aharon Varady after Joseph Heinemann

Testing Our Transliteration Engine with help from James Strong’s Biblical Hebrew Dictionary

Thankful for the Internet Sacred Text Archive’s John Bruno Hare (1955-2010)

On the Open Siddur Project: A Brochure Presented at the Academy for Jewish Religion’s Spring Intensive 2010

Culmus Project’s Ancient Semitic Scripts Fonts Now Licensed GPL with “font exception”

Development Status (2010-02-15)

Access, Sharing, and Innovation through Digitization and the Public Domain

An Economic Argument for Open Data by Efraim Feinstein

“Color-Coded Prayerbook Devised by Rabbi” (Martin Lauer, Springfield Republican 1972)