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Resources provides a directory of educational materials and community-support tools for DITA.

Enabling Collaborative Design-and-Decision Discussions, Online

by Eric Armstrong

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The Most Important Questions About DITA

DITA - The mechanics of a single sourcing project

The Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is an XML-based, end-to-end architecture for authoring, producing, and delivering technical information.

This paper describes how DITA-based documentation was implemented at CEDROM-SNi, one of Canada's leading on-line news content aggregators. The project delivers documentation as diverse as user training materials and Web Services reference guides targeted to programmers. We focus on the benefits, how tos, and lessons learned.

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Die wichtigsten Fragen zu DITA

Specialize, but not right away

by Bruce Esrig, Information Architect
In order to adopt DITA, it is essential to take a position on specialization. What is the best way to start: by defining specialized types right away, or by using DITA without specialization until the right structures can be found?

Ideally, your content would be best if you could define its structure well in advance. But is this possible? Let’s look at how a typical adoption process might go.

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