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> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Lawyer [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Friday, June 09, 2000 11:33 AM
> To: Gregory Leblanc; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Authorship
> Actually, the use of minimal tags for DocBook might be a good idea if
> it could be made a "standard" and if it's not hard to implement. But
> this is a long-term project (and rather low-priority for the LDP). So
> I'm retracting it with a but ... My apologies to both Gregory Leblanc
> and Gary Preckshot for having to disagree with me on something which I
> wrote by mistake.
Can you define "minimal tags"? I've got no idea what that means.
> What I propose is to have a "Quick-start with LinuxDoc" section of the
> HOWTO-HOWTO that will present the option of just using LinuxDoc
> starting from either template.sgml (or example.sgml which I think is
> better). It will not explain (or even mention) any concepts of sgml
> such as Jade, DSSSL, DTDs, etc. There should be a pointer to it in
> the introduction of HOWTO-HOWTO so that people who do not want to use
> DocBook can jump directly to it. They will be able to do LinuxDoc
> manually using whatever editor/word-processor they already know how to
What do you think is better about example.sgml than template.sgml?
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