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Publishing with the DITA Open Toolkit


The DITA Open Toolkit, or DITA-OT for short, is a set of Java-based, open source tools that provide processing for DITA maps and topical content. You can download the DITA-OT and install it for free on your computer, or you may already have a copy bundled together with your authoring tool or CMS.

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Resources

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The DITA Resource Directory provides listings for a variety of educational materials and community-support tools.

The Directory may be viewed by category:

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Publications

The Publications area of the DITA community wiki provides a place for users and publishers to post information about DITA-related documentation. A DITA publication, can be in print or online, a book, an article, or a review.

Print Books:

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Sponsors

Funding for DITA XML.org is provided by these OASIS members:

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Specializations (previous)

The Specialization area in the DITA community wiki allows users to submit specializations and to refine their descriptions. A page format for this has not yet been established.

The introduction to specialization for this area discusses four main subjects:

What is specialization?

What purposes are there for specialization? (TBD)

How does the structure of this area reflect those purposes?(TBD)

How does one add a specialization, or contribute to one? (TBD)

What is specialization?

Specialization is an operation that defines new information types and new elements in a disciplined manner. To become a responsible specializer, it is important to develop a very clear understanding of the relationship between information types and elements.

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