OASIS DocBook TC2

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OASIS-docbook-tc@ConnectedCommunity.org

Contacts

Chair: Robert Stayton
bobs@sagehill.net

OASIS Staff Contact: Kelly Cullinane
OASIS
kelly.cullinane@oasis-open.org

Charter

The charter of this TC may be found at http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/docbook/charter.php. Statements regarding IPR related to the work of this TC may be found at http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/docbook/ipr.php

Description

Defining a schema for describing XML documents for general and technical publishing

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Overview

The OASIS DocBook TC is chartered to develop and maintain the DocBook family of specifications and to continue to support its ever growing user base. In particular, the XML and SGML DocBook schemas, a suite of extension modules, and a simplified authoring subset of DocBook. The Technical Committee plans to support a variety of schema languages and may develop additional modules and derived document types.

For more information, see the TC Charter and FAQ






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Technical Work Produced by the Committee



For a complete list of DocBook documents, visit docbook.org.

Wiki for OASIS DocBook TC member collaboration




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