DSSSL Cookbook - Call for contributions

Subject: DSSSL Cookbook - Call for contributions
From: Tony Graham <tgraham@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 8 Sep 1998 16:36:47 -0400 (EDT)
There has been a recent spate of useful solutions to people's problems
being posted to the DSSSList.  Rather than just consigning that sort
of information to the archive (which is being worked on, I assure
you), these useful solutions, and many more besides, can and should be
marked up for inclusion in the DSSSL Cookbook

If you have a useful tip, technique, or fragment of DSSSL code that
you can share with others, or have been the recipient of useful advice
and want to write it down so that others don't need to ask the same
question again, then mark it up as a <chapter> using DocBook 3.0 (see
the current Cookbook if you need examples) and send it to
tgraham@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx by September 25.  I will make a new issue of
the Cookbook as soon as possible after that date.

One change that will be made is to create a separate part for cookbook
items specific to Jade's SGML backend.  Another will be to have the
authors' names appear in the HTML version as well as the RTF version.


Tony Graham
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