Lionbridge Technologies, Inc., (Nasdaq: LIOX - News), today announced that it has joined the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) working group as a member of the technical committee.
"While DITA was conceived for tech pubs, its benefits make it well-suited for other types of content, particularly the kinds of granular, customer-facing content that we typically see on the web. For example, product or services descriptions, reviews, and FAQs are inherently topic-oriented, but today are implemented in ad hoc or proprietary formats.
OASIS, the international e-business standards consortium, today announced that its members have approved the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) version 1.0 as an OASIS Standard, a status that signifies the highest level of ratification. DITA defines an XML architecture for designing, writing, managing, and publishing many kinds of information in print and on the Web. Arbortext, BMC Software, IBM, Idiom, Innodata Isogen, Intel, Nokia, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, the U.S. Department of Defense, and others participated in defining this XML architecture for publishing.
[ (x2) Some Title Text ] (x2)
After saving your content, the words in double brackets will automatically create a link to the content (if it exists by that title already), or to the edit window to add the content if it does not yet exist.
It takes more effort to explain than it does to use it. Go ahead. Create a new 'Collaborative Story', and surround a key phrase or topic that you want to elaborate on using the double-bracket syntax and you'll be able to quickly add that new content too.