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Thanks for the reference to p5ee. I've emailed their list to find out what their current status is; it looks like they've gone through some changes in focus recently. But it still looks useful for my talk. For what it is worth, I found the style guide within their code download and it is in their CVS tree. But they really should fix that link. :-)

Update: The URL to their style guide is fixed.

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