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Re: FrameBuilder and documentation control [was: Dress Code & ITCC]
Subject:Re: FrameBuilder and documentation control [was: Dress Code & ITCC] From:Michael McClatchey <mmm -at- AISINC -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 16 Jun 1993 14:27:57 -0500
This is a new thread, and one I'm curious about. I vote that we discuss it
publicly. If we don't, I would appreciate a summary.
I've been a documentation department of one for over two years here, and I had
to reverse engineer the structure for myself - the documenter hadn't documented
the documentation. 8^) With the addition of a half-time assistant, the need for
objective, (at least semi-)formal structure became even more obvious, and we've
been making things more consistent.
I'd be curious to know other people's experiences in this, as I want to expand
to having on-line FrameMaker hypertext for some of our users, and I want to
learn more about SGML and it's relationship to ISO 9000.
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Applied Intelligent Systems, Inc.
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(opinions expressed are not necessarily those of my employer)