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>>>>> On Wed, 25 Oct 2000 16:50:24 -0700, David Lawyer <email@example.com> said:
DL> to these formats (and more). For HOWTOs, authors use either of the
DL> SGML languages: LinuxDoc or DocBook (versions since 4.1.2). The XML
DL> markup language also supports DocBook (we support versions since 3.1).
DL> Documents in LinuxDoc or DocBook are called "source" documents.
You've switched XML and SGML version numbers. :-)
DL> You may see what SGML source formats look like by downloading a HOWTO
If we mentioned XML above, we should say "what SGML and XML
source"... "(in either SGML or XML)"...
DL> (in SGML) from an LDP site. We may accept a HOWTO in just plain text
DL> (or some other format) if we can find someone to manually convert it
DL> to SGML.
convert it to SGML (or XML).
DL> Besides being able to convert to various formats, SGML allows one to
DL> label parts of a document to aid in searching and administration. We
DL> recommend transparent source: plain text (easily editable) with an
DL> open format. The SGML we use provides this.
David, sorry for being so boring, but I have a better
suggestion. After mentioning the versions (if you don't think it's
worth doing it here because we may do it at a proper place) I think
it's worth putting a note like this: "from now on, where you read
SGML, please read SGML and/or XML". It will make things easier.
Thank you very much for accepting my suggestions.
Departamento de Publicações Conectiva S.A.
Publishing Department Conectiva Inc.
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