FW: DocBook subcommittee for Publishers
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Sent: 20 June 2007 02:16
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Subject: [nitf] DocBook subcommittee for Publishers
"The OASIS DocBook SubCommittee for Publishers is chartered to develop and maintain official variants of DocBook in support of the publishing industry. Specifically, the subcommittee will focus on schema and stylesheet customizations to support: periodicals as regularly published technical notes or journals, book publishing (such as business, legal, medical, and other non-technical domains), educational textbooks and other document types as appropriate for this industry."
This doesn't sound like quite the same "publishing industry" as that targeted by NewsML and NITF. It sounds like they are grappling with similar issues of subsetting and updating their standards that the IPTC has recently been tackling.
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