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Not online. If you follow the dita-users /
tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/dita-user list, it's readily apparent what
radically different purposes people are using it for.
On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 4:22 PM, Janoff, Steve
<Steve -dot- Janoff2 -at- teradata -dot- com> wrote:
> That's an encouraging notion.
> It would help me if you could point me to two documents that are very
> different and yet composed using both DITA and minimalist principles.
> I know that's not an easy request, but there's no better way to prove
> your point -- and I really hope you're right.
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