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> I am a TechCom manager, and we have a
> group in IT who does our DTD and FOSI
> support and programming. Can anyone
> refer me to an email list for FOSI
> creation/programming? Are there members
> of this list who create FOSIs? I
> periodically have FOSI questions. My
> current question is whether you can
> program a FOSI to create a booklet? Are
> the capabilities of the FOSI programming
> limited to the tools you use, or is
> everything standard? Thanks.
Arbortext maintains a mailing list, Adepters, dedicated to their XML editors (Epic, Adept, etc.?). There is plenty of FOSI discussion on that list. They may be able to point you to additional resources.
The web page for the mailing list (and other support components of their website) seem to now require registration/login. I don't remember that from a few months ago. Adepters itself may have required some sort of registration with Arbortext.
I know enough to know what FOSI is, but not enough to answer your questions.
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