If you can hold off a couple of weeks Adobe will be releasing a Frame
DITA application of their own.

It'll be in beta form in a couple of weeks.

This might give the both the opportunity to work within structured
FrameMaker AND to evaluate how DITA could fit into your workflow.

Regards

Mark Poston
Mekon Ltd
Skype: mark_mekon.com

-----Original Message-----
From: framers-bounces+mark.poston=mekon....@lists.frameusers.com
[mailto:framers-bounces+mark.poston=mekon.com at lists.frameusers.com] On
Behalf Of Joe Malin
Sent: 12 July 2006 21:13
To: techwr-l at lists.techwr-l.com; framers at lists.frameusers.com
Subject: DocBook

Well, once again I have neutrino-sized particles of bandwidth with which
to investigate structured Frame.

I have chosen to start with DocBook rather than DITA, just because I've
worked in structured Frame with a DTD that was based on full DocBook.

Question is, which version of DocBook should I use in order to get the
most leverage from the resources included in Frame 7.1 (note the
version)?

Any advice? And yes, I *know* that DITA is the "way to go". I'm not even
committing to do structured Frame in production; I just want to
experiment.

I have already written some production docs in unstructured FM 7.1,
sticking like glue to my own standardized templates for *everything*
(including equations!). My initial thought is to convert these
unstructured docs to structured by crafting an EDD based on the
unstructured templates.



Joe

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