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Re: Looking for some DocBook editors/contractors to help with conversion
- Subject: Re: Looking for some DocBook editors/contractors to help with conversion
- From: Robert Kiesling <>
- Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2000 12:50:04 -0400
In-reply-to: <39D86E0B.C8761D15@linuxcare.com> (message from Dan York on Mon,02 Oct 2000 07:14:19 -0400)
- Resent-Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2000 12:54:06 -0400 (EDT)
- Resent-Message-ID: <06BvJ.A.IaF.i4L25@murphy>
I would be interested in helping with this task. I maintain the
Linux FAQ in DocBook SGML, and so am familiar with the markup.
(It's on-line at http://www.mainmatter.com/linux-faq.sgml.)
I also am familiar with CVS and with many of the SGML validating
parsers. And, of course, I have extensive experience with
GNU software and all major distributions of Linux.
I live in Southeast Michigan, btw, but am willing to travel
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> Sorry I've been missing in action from these lists for about the past
> month or so... I'll explain why in another message at some point.
> One of the issues that has consumed my time is that for some personal
> reasons (relating to being tired of working as a remote home office),
> I'm leaving Linuxcare and moving on... but that's another story...
> Right now, I hope I'm not intruding too much on the normal flow of
> this list when I put in a bit of a commercial request... here at
> Linuxcare we're looking for some people to do some contract work to
> help with a conversion to DocBook.
> At Linuxcare we have begun the process of converting our courseware from
> FrameMaker over into DocBook. Essentially, we have hacked Frame's
> "Export to XML" feature so that it generates a quasi-DocBook flavor of
> XML. Once this is generated, someone who knows DocBook must go in and
> move around tags, put the correct table tags in, set up sections and
> do a bunch of other manual tweaks to make the thing be a valid DocBook
> We are looking to contract with someone (or multiple people) to finish
> this conversion up quickly. All the exported docs are stored in a
> CVS server that can be reached externally. We need some folks that
> can massage the files until they can be validated by onsgmls.
> Ideally, the person(s) would be in the San Francisco area so that
> a face-to-face meeting could be had to explain the project, but the
> people can actually be located anywhere.
> If you are interested in some contract work like this, please contact
> me *directly* with your availability and background.
> Thank you,
> Dan York, Linuxcare, Inc.
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> Linuxcare. Support for the revolution.
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