Resources provides a directory of educational materials and community-support tools for DITA.
DITA News offers a mailing list, a blog aggregator, and a newsletter on DITA.
It also has a listing of about 50 DITA tools, from editors and CMS to stylesheet designers and publishing engines.
All interested parties are welcome to download and distribute this datasheet, which was produced by the OASIS DITA Technical Committee.
This site lets DITA enthusiasts show their support by ordering t-shirts, mugs, teddy bears, aprons, tote bags, and other items displaying the DITA OASIS Standard logo. Items are sold at cost; OASIS does not derive revenue from any purchases made.
The DITA Open Toolkit, or dita-ot for short, is a set of Java-based, open source tools that provide a "reference implementation" for processing DITA maps and topical content.
DITA Open Toolkit Debugging and Reporting Tools. Presented at the DITA 2007 conference by Dick Johnson of VR Communications, Inc.
The attached HTML file contains user documentation for Deborah Pickett's Plus plug-in. It describes:
- How to install the plug-in
- Invoking the plug-in
- Arguments that change the behavior of the plug-in
I hope this fills a need for the community. Comments are welcome.
Julio J. Vazquez
SDI Global Solutions
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