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Subject:Re: Which Documentation Format to Use From:Eric Ray <ejray -at- raycomm -dot- com> To:Karen Koldyk <kkoldyk -at- email -dot- fleming -dot- com> Date:Wed, 29 Mar 2000 09:20:59 -0700
In the same vein, you might also be interested in http://www.raycomm.com/techwhirl/xmlandtechwriters.html
which is an column that Deborah and I wrote for Technical
Communication. It's slightly dated (referring to XML
as "new" and the like), but still accurate and we'll
still stand behind the information contained.
Eric (and Deborah)
Karen Koldyk wrote:
> Our company recently made a decision to move our mainframe based documentat=
> ion to a web based repository in XML. I've received a lot of queries on =
> why use XML, what it is, why use it etc.=20
> I stumbled across a web presentation today that summarizes different =
> document types and shows pros and cons. You can view it at http://www.dclab=