RE: About articles on DSSSL usage

Subject: RE: About articles on DSSSL usage
From: "Didier PH Martin" <martind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 2 May 1999 19:07:20 -0400
Hi Adam,

I am already doing it, some time ago I posted a *free* dsssl script that
shows a document like IE is doing for XML document without formatting
scripts. This is a tree of elements with color to identify markups and
content. I am adding this one to the library with a document to explain it.
But it has to be published in Docbook and I have problems with Framemaker to
accept the last DTD. So, I have to debug my SGML editor first. As you know,
the documents are to be published in SGML.

The Mulburry documentation is not published on ezines or on paper magazine.
I want to publish articles on dsssl usage to have it more known to the
_outside_ XML community. This is marketing or evangelization like guy
Kawazaki like to call how you let something be more known form the larger

You don't read well my intentions. Go enjoy the sun, you worked too hard.
Take a break :-)

Didier PH Martin

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Subject: Re: About articles on DSSSL usage

>>>>> "Didier" == Didier PH Martin <martind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

Didier> Hi, DSSSL is used for a lot of different applications. But
Didier> this is not well known to the general public. I am currently
Didier> assembling notes on several real usages of DSSSL.

Didier> The goal is to write or co-write a series of articles about
Didier> how DSSSL can help do real productive job today. Please, just
Didier> email me, or post on this list what do you do with DSSSL.
Didier> you can email me in private at mailto:martind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx or
Didier> post it on this list.

Why not contribute to the DSSSL documentation effort at the Mulberry
web site?

.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx<URL:>

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