Specifications, Blogs, Books – all forms of technical writing – have a surprisingly long history.
Back in ‘04, the 3.1 version of DocBook was – to me – rocket science. The state of the art has been advancing steadily. I’m starting to get caught up.
I want to move away from proprietary presentation products. How much work can that take?
Powerpoint isn’t all that bad. However, it’s hard to replace with something less proprietary.
Many tools that exploits XSL:FO. What tools are available to create the PDF’s from the FO?
Xalan woes resolved :-)
Mac OS X has an older JVM :-(
Xalan Woes
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