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open DITA Code Sprint following DITA Europe 2011

If you plan to attend DITA Europe 2011 in Prague, watch for my session on “Integrating social media into new DITA workflows” on Tuesday November 8. In addition, on the 9th, I’ll be helping to facilitate the following related activity, … Continue reading

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Harnessing user contributions for wiki-based documentation

Creating documentation using wikis or wiki-like software is inherently all about collaboration between various parties: programmers, testers, technical writers, and even informed users.  More than any other form of cloud-based collaboration, wikis are a natural way to enable your extended … Continue reading

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Style vs Structure: the crossover mashup in documentation

I was listening to Steve Erquiaga’s Windham Hill version of Faure’s Pavane and noticed the poster’s comment that Steve is a Jazz and Classical crossover artist. It struck me that Steve’s seamless performance, blending styles in a single stream, is not unlike … Continue reading

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The twist unraveled

It’s a title for a blog that I wish I could have been the first to use, but in this case, too much ensuing flattery (er, mimicry) might have diluted the message. I was thinking of twisting the title of … Continue reading

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