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SiberLogic introduces SiberSafe XML CMS Value Bundle, including DITA Edition

SiberLogic, a leading provider of innovative XML content technology, today introduces the SiberSafe Value Bundle, a feature-packed selection of SiberSafe products that is perfect for organizations with complex, evolving technical documentation, a mix of content authors and reviewers, and a restricted budget.

Includes fully-integrated, full-featured no-cost XML Editor and full FrameMaker integration.  DITA Edition available.

Full release at:
Best regards,

Sandi Castle
SiberLogic, Inc.

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Astoria Software Poll Reveals Demand for Content Reuse and Adoption of DITA Standard

SAN MATEO, Calif. — November 3, 2006 — Driving efficiencies in dynamic publishing, Astoria Software today revealed demand for content reuse and adoption of the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) standard, as evidenced in a poll conducted during the recent Webinar, “Why Enterprises Must Adopt Content Re-use: How GE Healthcare Reduces Documentation Costs and Speeds Time to Market.” (see an instant replay of this webinar now)

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How Adobe and Standards are Redefining eLearning and Technical Communications

MAX 2006 How Adobe and Standards are Redefining eLearning and Technical Communications Track: eLearning Products: Acrobat, Acrobat 3D, Framemaker, Flash Level: Advanced Type: Workshop Presenters:

Diana Helander, RJ Jacquez, Andrew Chemey and Max Dunn

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Availability of DITA Open Toolkit release 1.3

On behalf of the extended DITA Open Toolkit development team, I'm pleased to announce that the much-discussed DITA OT 1.3 release is now available for download from the dita-ot SourceForge download page,  .

Following are the release notes for the DITA OT 1.3 release.  I would like to thank all who have participated in the public review and design for this release, and who have contributed ideas, effort and code towards its completion.

Don Day

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DITA: Getting Started

JoAnn Hackos’s Workshop Series announces the DITA: Getting Started workshop in Research Triangle Park, NC November 14-15, 2006, taught by Kylene Bruski.  We invite you to join Kylen for this two-day workshop focusing on the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA).

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