Reminder: Central Texas DITA Users Group meeting, Nov 15
- Come join the Central Texas DITA Users Group (CTDUG) at their regular
monthy meeting this coming Wednesday evening, November 15, 2006.
This month's meeting will be a panel-based workshop addressing the question
of "how to prepare your department/company for a switch to a topic-writing
A panel of local writing department representatives will discuss the
following questions from the viewpoint of each company:
1. Specific issues their groups have faced in making the mental transition
to topic-oriented writing
2. The steps taken or planned to resolve that education/training gap
In the follow-on discussion, audience members and the panel will work up a
set of general recommendations for all to benefit from, such as procedural
suggestions for other teams, or a list of suggested resources. We'll make
this report available as a contribution to the DUG section of the DITA
Focus Area (http://dita.xml.org).
Come join us as we break new ground in helping our teams get a handle on
What: Central Texas DITA Users (CTDUG) Group meeting
When: Wednesday November 15, 2006 7:00 - 9:00 pm Central
Where: Freescale Parmer facility (North Austin), C building (directions
7:00-7:30 General announcements and networking
According to Bob Beims ("Beims Bob-RWBC70" <bob.beims@...> ):
We have a room set up for 28 people in C building, which has security
guards on duty until 9:00.
* Google Maps link to the campus: http://tinyurl.com/ymts97
* Jpeg satellite photo of the campus: http://tinyurl.com/yeecnx
The photo has a marker showing the Building C entrance at the north side of
the campus. If you turn off of Parmer at the main entrance, you'll need to
skirt around the west side of the buildings to get to the C entrance. If
you head east/southeast on Anderson Mill from Parmer, you'll find the "back
entrance" that feeds directly to the Building C entrance.
Program director, Central Texas DITA User Group
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