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Thu, 1 May 2014
(diff) (hist)23:53Resourcerevised Overview of DITA 1.3Kristen Eberlein
Wed, 30 April 2014
(diff) (hist)15:22Eventnew WEBINAR - IBM's Michael Priestley presents Lightweight DITA and HTML5Noz.Urbina
(diff) (hist)11:39Newsupdated Suite Solutions Announces Release of SuiteHelp 3.2Herzl
Tue, 29 April 2014
(diff) (hist)12:06Resourcerevised Overview of DITA 1.3Kristen Eberlein
Mon, 28 April 2014
(diff) (hist)18:42Resourcerevised Overview of DITA 1.3Kristen Eberlein
(diff) (hist)00:17Resourcenew Overview of DITA 1.3Kristen Eberlein
Wed, 23 April 2014
(diff) (hist)07:04Blog entrynew How Do We Predict User Questions?Jonatan Lundin
Fri, 18 April 2014
(diff) (hist)14:21Book pagerevised Contribute content
author: Troy Coker
carolgeyerCopy of the revision from Thu, 2007-11-29 22:13.
(diff) (hist)14:21Blog entryupdated Of conferences and webinars on lightweight DITA and suchMichael Priestley
Tue, 15 April 2014
(diff) (hist)09:50Eventrevised WEBINAR: Noz Urbina - April 17 'When Conditional Content Goes Wild' 4PM CET/10AM EDT Noz.Urbina
(diff) (hist)09:34Eventmoved WEBINAR: Noz Urbina - April 17 'When Conditional Content Goes Wild' 4PM CET/10AM EDT
source: WEBINAR: Noz Urbina - April 17 'When Conditional Content Goes Wild:Why Conditional Content Profiling (Alone) ' 4PM CET/10AM EDT
Noz.Urbina
(diff) (hist)09:33Eventmoved WEBINAR: Noz Urbina - April 17 'When Conditional Content Goes Wild:Why Conditional Content Profiling (Alone) ' 4PM CET/10AM EDT
source: WEBINAR: Noz Urbina - April 17 'When Conditional Content Goes Wild' 4PM CET/10AM EDT
Noz.Urbina
(diff) (hist)09:31Eventnew WEBINAR: Noz Urbina - April 17 'When Conditional Content Goes Wild' 4PM CET/10AM EDT Noz.Urbina
Fri, 11 April 2014
(diff) (hist)16:46Blog entryrevised Overview of Lightweight DITA (XDITA and HDITA)Michael Priestley
(diff) (hist)16:38Blog entryupdated Overview of Lightweight DITA (XDITA and HDITA)Michael Priestley
Tue, 8 April 2014
(diff) (hist)07:43Resourceupdated Suite Solutions Webinar: Every Page is Page One with SuiteShareHerzl
Wed, 2 April 2014
(diff) (hist)14:16Newsnew [ARTICLE] 2014 Stilo DITA Knowledge Series: DITA reuse and conversion togetherhelen_owens-pope
(diff) (hist)13:51Eventnew [WEBINAR] Stilo DITA Knowledge Series: Dr. JoAnn Hackos, Managing reusable content in the product-development life cyclehelen_owens-pope
Wed, 26 March 2014
(diff) (hist)02:13Newsrevised New Adobe FrameMaker XML Author and FrameMaker 12 seamlessly integrate with the XDocs CCMSBarbara.Kelly
(diff) (hist)02:12Newsrevised New Adobe FrameMaker XML Author and FrameMaker 12 seamlessly integrate with the XDocs CCMSBarbara.Kelly
(diff) (hist)02:10Newsrevised New Adobe FrameMaker XML Author and FrameMaker 12 seamlessly integrate with the XDocs CCMSBarbara.Kelly
(diff) (hist)02:04Newsupdated New Adobe FrameMaker XML Author and FrameMaker 12 seamlessly integrate with the XDocs CCMSBarbara.Kelly
Tue, 25 March 2014
(diff) (hist)14:22Eventrevised [WEBINAR] Expert users: your most important assetNoz.Urbina
(diff) (hist)14:21Eventnew [WEBINAR] Expert users: your most important assetNoz.Urbina
Mon, 24 March 2014
(diff) (hist)18:59Newsrevised Amazon positionTroy Coker
(diff) (hist)18:47Newsnew Amazon positionTroy Coker
(diff) (hist)18:25Book pagerevised Contribute contentTroy CokerClient: Amazon Team: Title: Editor II (FL) (12038) Duration: 3 months **Extensions possible Job Description Would you like to join a dynamic team that is moving Amazon toward new technologies for content authoring, management, publishing, and localization? Amazon Seller Support seeks a bright, XML-savvy technical writer with Chinese, Japanese, or French language skills and experience with content management systems (CMS) to join our technical publications team in Seattle. The role requires professional and efficient handling of large volumes of technical documentation in cooperation with local/global writers/editors. You will be a major player in the migration of content from current Amazon systems to XML objects in our newly adopted CMS. The successful candidate will be self-directed, yet equally comfortable contributing within a global team environment. Strong interpersonal skills, time management, and accuracy are required. You must be proficient in applying DITA structure to documentation and have a background in technical writing, editing, and information design. Communication and logic skills are also essential, for working with complex content sets involving conditions and multiple output destinations, reviewing/editing content produced by others, and providing education and mentoring on our new XML/CMS authoring environment. Basic Qualifications • 2-3+ years in technical writing/editing or information architecture • Leadership/project management skills, with the ability to lead cross-functional discussions and to effectively scope and deliver projects under tight deadlines • Experience with DITA, XML authoring tools, HTML, XHTML, CSS, help systems, information architecture, metadata and taxonomies, and content management systems (CMS) • Proficiency reading and writing Chinese (Mandarin), Japanese, or French • Experience working with complex applications and system concepts • Strong reviewing/editing skills • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills • Certificate or bachelor’s degree in English, technical writing, communications or related field Preferred Qualifications • Creative and conceptual thinker • Self-starter with ability to manage multiple tasks in a deadline-driven environment • Personal initiative, flexibility, intellectual curiosity • Knowledge of e-commerce, especially experience with the seller, retail, or vendor spaces at Amazon would be a plus • Experience applying information architecture concepts • Experience with metadata and taxonomies • Strong communication skills (to educate others on the use of our new tools and systems) • Knowledge of a European language, such as Spanish, Italian, French, or German would be a plus
(diff) (hist)07:26Blog entrynew How Do We Make Short Answers Easy to Find?Jonatan Lundin
Thu, 20 March 2014
(diff) (hist)19:24Eventupdated 5 Things You Need to Do to Get Search RightStephen Morse
(diff) (hist)12:17Imagenew earleywebinar.pngStephen Morse
Wed, 12 March 2014
(diff) (hist)12:58Eventnew [WEBINAR] Stilo DITA Knowledge Series: Automating conversion of content from MS Word to DITAhelen_owens-pope
(diff) (hist)09:16Pagerevised ibmUtilitiesDomain.ent file missing
author: carolgeyer
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(diff) (hist)07:47Pagemoved ibmUtilitiesDomain.ent file missing
source: Forum for DITA Users, from carolgeyer
santosh
Mon, 10 March 2014
(diff) (hist)13:25Eventnew Suite Solutions Webinar: Every Page is Page One with Suite ShareHerzl
Tue, 4 March 2014
(diff) (hist)23:24Eventnew easyDITA Quickinar - Solving the Contribution ProblemStephen Morse
(diff) (hist)23:22Eventnew easyDITA Quickinar - Solving the Contribution ProblemStephen Morse
(diff) (hist)10:51Newsnew [ARTICLE] 2014 Stilo DITA Knowledge Series: What’s in a DITA file?helen_owens-pope
Sun, 2 March 2014
(diff) (hist)10:38Resourcerevised Special Webinar: If You Can't Break 'Em, Join 'Em: A New Approach to Content SilosHerzl
(diff) (hist)10:36Resourcenew Special Webinar: If You Can't Break 'Em, Join 'Em: A New Approach to Content SilosHerzl
Tue, 25 February 2014
(diff) (hist)17:34Eventnew Content Management Strategies/DITA North America 2014 conferencelovonya
(diff) (hist)10:13Newsnew Free Webinar Series: Unravelling the Mysteries of Cloud-based DITA CMSamit.tejpaul
Fri, 21 February 2014
(diff) (hist)19:41Eventnew DITA Boot Camp in Wakefield, MAlovonya
(diff) (hist)19:39Eventnew DITA Boot Camp in San Jose, CAlovonya
(diff) (hist)15:05Productrevised Componize Software: Componize DITA CMSNolwenn
(diff) (hist)15:05Productrevised Componize Software: Componize CCMS SaaSNolwenn
Wed, 19 February 2014
(diff) (hist)16:07Blog entrynew Should the Answer to a User Question be a Short or a Long Topic?Jonatan Lundin
(diff) (hist)10:08Resourcenew DITA QuickStart Webinar: Defining Your Conversion Requirements Herzl
Tue, 18 February 2014
(diff) (hist)08:19Eventrevised Joe Gelb of Suite Solutions: If You Can't Break 'Em, Join 'Em - A New Approach to Content Silosmbrand
(diff) (hist)08:13Eventmoved Joe Gelb of Suite Solutions: If You Can't Break 'Em, Join 'Em - A New Approach to Content Silos
source: If You Can't Break 'Em, Join 'Em: A New Approach to Content Silos
mbrand
Mon, 17 February 2014
(diff) (hist)11:11Eventrevised If You Can't Break 'Em, Join 'Em: A New Approach to Content Silosmbrand
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