John Haltiwanger wrote:

Okay, but that does imply that an organization can set up an environment and
expect its members to use it.

indeed, of seek help in doing so (not much different from setting up a housestyle for word ro whatever)

I'm not sure what you mean by a representation of a node list for a
paragraph (I am new to TeX, remember), but I am thinking more along the
lines of extracting Title, Author, and the content. Typesetting is not the
goal, as XML is for computers not people.

<glyph font='1' char='123'><kern width='1pt'><glyph font='1' char='456'>

etc .. the result of typeseting (kind of application xml which actually much of the xml around is)

The gain of XML is participation in the semantic web and concordance with
many new data keeping rules in governments and organizations.

that should happen with the source, ot the typeset result

- structured document in xml format
- rendering to the web using xslt and xhtml and css
- rendering for paper using tex
- analysing for whatever purpose using xml toolkits

 The input is actually a specific version of Word. This is converted to XML.
In the case of LaTeX, the LaTeX is converted to Word and then to XML.

i'd then go from latex directly to xml (given enough structure) but even workflows like word -> xml -> context are quite doable


ps most of our work here involves making styles and going from word/xml -> pdf (either or not reassembled) using context

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