Comparison of XML schema for narrative documents

Comparison of XML schema for narrative documents is aimed at helping you to choose between DITA, XHTML, Docbook and BNML (Elkera). But as it underscores the weaknesses and danger of each kind of markup, it allow to better use the one you have choosen, maybe for other reasons. For example docbook has a wide support and it could be an argument. I regret that they didn’t give a little history of each schema. I hope Norman Walsh will read this !
Author: Andrew Squire and Peter Meyer (Elkera XML document publishing)

post from Scott Abel (The Content Wrangler about CMS and DITA)

post from Lars Trieloff (Software Documentation Weblog)

One Response to Comparison of XML schema for narrative documents

  1. Norman Walsh says:

    Ok, I’ve bookmarked it. I’ll read it when I get a chance, but that may not happen this week. I’m at the W3C Technical Plenary through 3 Mar 2006.

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