Jay, thank you very much for your offer. We don't need to examine any credentials. If you want to help you're more than welcome to do so!
I've just got the website refactoring back (off-list) from Patrick Paul and will examine that shortly. When the version split is in place I'll be grateful if you could help sorting out the details. On 13.10.2005 00:22:09 Jay Bryant wrote: > Hi, Jeremias, > > If you need or want an editor for that documentation, let me know. As you > know, I use FOP and look forward to the new edition. As you probably don't > know, I'm a technical writer and editor (and, these days, half developer) > with 19 years experience and a Master's degree in English. My current resume > is at http://www.bryantcs.com/resume.html if you need to examine my > credentials. > > I started using FOP because I got tired of paying large sums of money for > crappy systems and decided to create my own document production system. Now > it produces text, PDF, HTML, and WordML output, all with open-source tools > (FOP and Saxon). > > Jay Bryant > Bryant Communication Services > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Jeremias Maerki" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2005 1:37 PM > Subject: Re: Approaching a release? > > > > If all had gone as planned we would have done the first preview release > > last month. As soon as I'm finished with my space resolution task > > (hopefully this week), I'm going to write all necessary documentation > > for the redesigned FOP and then we're pretty much ready to release. > > Note: alpha/preview release only! > > > > On 12.10.2005 20:16:43 David Abrahams wrote: > > > > > > As FOP is my only hope for a viable open-source alternative path to > > > PDF, I have been eagerly anticipating your next release. Can anyone > > > give me a sense of how close (or far off) that might be? > > > > > > Jeremias Maerki > > > > Jeremias Maerki