As discussed at the summit, and presented by some folks like Jay Sullivan's final talk and Atul's talk on What Mozilla Can Learn From Other Movements , it would be really great to have an awesome-looking HTML template that folks could use to easily create truly Web-based presentations.
 http://htmlpad.org/826national Right now htmlpad.org is still nascent, but it's basically a little project I set up to make it ridiculously easy to experiment with and collaborate on HTML pages. For now, every page on the site is backed by an etherpad; the source code for the link above, for instance, is here: http://etherpad.mozilla.com:9000/826national All changes to the etherpad are automatically reflected on the corresponding htmlpad.org page. (Please don't blog/tweet about htmlpad.org right now, as we'd like to polish it up some before telling people to start playing with it.)
Going to close this one as the template was handed off.
Thanks Sean! For reference, I've put your template here and am working on turning it into a single-page version: https://hg.mozilla.org/users/avarma_mozilla.com/html-preso-template/raw-file/tip/index.html