Resources provides a directory of educational materials and community-support tools for DITA.
Guideline and script for the DITA Open Toolkit open-source publishing system to manage multilingual DITA XML projects.
Multilingual projects require creating a distinct .ditamap (table of contents) file for each language. This can lead to inconsistant multilingual versions. Fortunately, this problem can be solved with an appropriate methodology and a publishing script for the DITA Open Toolkit open-source publishing system.
This tutorial will help you set up and use the DITA Open Toolkit open-source publishing system under Windows in 5 minutes.
This tutorial will help you set up and use the DITA Open Toolkit open-source publishing system under a Debian or Ubuntu system in 4 steps and 5 minutes.
SeSAM (Search Situation based Architecture and Method) is a framework for technical communicators to identify what content end users of a technical product need and how that content shall be organized in deliverables for efficient retrieval. SeSAM is built on eight pre-defined search situations and user goals and the information that is likely to be needed to reach the goal. SeSAM also provides an architecture to organize content to make it accessible for users.