Alan:

Those are great comments and bring up some valid points. It will be 
interesting to see how Michael Priestley addresses these in his 
upcoming DITA workshop -- Introduction to DITA -- at the upcoming DITA 
2006 conference this March. I've jotted these issues down and hope to 
get Michael to address them in the workshop.

Hope to see you there.

About DITA 2006 -- http://www.travelthepath.com/conf/
About Michael Priestley -- 
http://www.travelthepath.com/conf/MichaelPriestley25.html

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On Feb 3, 2006, at 2:00 AM, framers-request at lists.frameusers.com wrote:

> I've valued your opinions over the years, but I must take exception to
> your assessments of both DITA and DocBook. DITA architect Michael
> Priestley (a co-author of the 2001 paper you cited) has more recently
> addressed the misconception that DITA is an exchange format, not an
> authoring format
> (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dita-users/message/1081). My anecdotal
> experience matches Michael's -- that about half of all implementations
> use the DITA DTD "out of the box" for content authoring.


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