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Documentation Writers and SGML
- To: LDP <>
- Subject: Documentation Writers and SGML
- From: Francois-Rene Rideau <>
- Date: Wed, 3 May 2000 13:34:20 +0200
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A solution to the problem of recruiting documentation writers
who won't use SGML:
HAVE A GROUP OF PEOPLE WHO'LL CONVERT THEIR DOCS TO SGML
Accept any documentation.
Put it in a queue.
Have other people convert it to SGML.
When it's converted, the SGML version becomes the official one.
The original author will then likely use SGML,
or his contributions will be sent down the same pipe.
You want documentation writers? Fine. Recruit documentation writers.
You want SGML? Fine. Recruit SGML-addicts.
Just don't limit yourself to the intersection of these two sets;
take advantage of their union.
Spoken I have.
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