[Foundation] Jep structure

Rahul Dave rahul at reno.cis.upenn.edu
Tue Jun 12 19:53:55 CDT 2001

I think we should discuss it on the conference tomorrow first. My feeling is
that since all the jabber docs are docbook, and lyx/emaxcs support it, it
may be a better way to go. I dont know enough about docbook to figure what 
metadata like primary and secondary JIGS map to.

Perhaps the thing to do is to create a small extension to docbook? On the other
hand writing in text is quite simple too..
See http://nareau.dyndns.org/jabdocs/jep-0003.html for an example (PASS).

I dont care either way. The important things are the content, and the metadata,
as the metadata sorta define the process..
I got this from you:
> Right now I'm in the process of redoing Jabber Conferencing Framework, but I've
> been using docbook-xml for everything so-far. Should I switch to this JEP format?
> -David Waite
> Rahul Dave wrote:
> > Michael,
> > Those URL's are comprehensive.
> > The HTMLization script works and it can html'ize from .txt
> >
> > See html versions here:
> > http://nareau.dyndns.org/jabdocs/index.html
> >
> > Jer suggested on the conference last time that perhaps these should be
> > xml'ized and a script written to convert to docbook, for both text and
> > print output. So thats something to discuss too..
> > Rahul
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