[jats-list] PLOS blog about relative merits of XML (JATS) and HTML in workflows

Subject: [jats-list] PLOS blog about relative merits of XML (JATS) and HTML in workflows
From: "Sheila M. Morrissey" <Sheila.Morrissey@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2013 10:24:46 -0400
Apologies for cross-posting, but I think this might be of interest to both of
these lists.

Molly Sharp, newly appointed product manager for content management at PLOS,
has this post on the newly-created PLOS technology blog.


Her query
               If XML is being used as an interchange format only, what do we
gain from moving the XML piece of the workflow any further upstream from final

Would be very interested in thoughts from members of these two lists.

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