Alexej Spas DITA blog
This blog posts discusses how to integrate DITA-based documentation into Eclipse RCP applications and facilitate efficient collaboration between development and documentation teams. Post also describes how proposed strategies are implemented in DITAworks: DITA-based authoring tool.
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Please join us online for our next meeting:
"IBM DITA Wiki--One year retrospective"
Presented by Don Day, IBM
Date: Saturday, 26 September 2009, 9:00-10:30 AM Pacific/US
Location: Online via GoToMeeting. You must Register to receive the GoToMeeting invite.
Cost: Free and open to all who wish to attend.
The DITA Caper
This upcoming Monday-Tuesday, we'll have the following DITA presentation topics covered at the RealWorld DITA 2009 Conference: How DITA Changed the TechComm Landscape - Overview of DITA 1.2 - DITA and Publishing - DITA in an Agile Software Development Environment - DITA and Dynamic Publishing - DITADoclet tool - DITA Java API Solution/Benefits - DITA by the Bucketful (limited seating)- Collaboration Via Reuse - DITA in Action - Beyond DITA - DITA Toolkit - Case Studies - Web Services - Reliable Linking to Documentation Pages - DITA Reuse Strategy - Dynamic Content Del
A clever friend of mine suggested that I write some blog posts about DITA, or, rather, my experiences putting a DITA Content Management System into production use, since there's already a fair bit out there about DITA as an idea. I've been doing that on my personal blog, but it occured to me in the typical fashion of sudden rushes of intelligence to the head that putting those posts up here would get those posts to a wider audience.