2010 XML for the Rest of Us
XML for the Rest of Us
Faced with reinventing our workflows from the ground up, how does a small press make the most of this powerful new technology? In this practical workshop designed for those unsure of how to move forward, participants will offer advice on where to start and where to turn for help. Hear from two UPs and a public-sector agency who have begun their own XML workflow implementations. The added bonus is a corporate partner who provides a tool for small- to moderately-sized publishers to help them implement an XML workflow.
Chair: Jennifer Flint, Digital Production Manager, MIT Press
Panelists: Karen Hill, Assistant Director / Digital Manager, University of Michigan Press; Adam Hartz, Journals Production Coordinator, Duke University Press; Joseph Wicentowski, U.S. Department of State, Office of the Historian; Bruce Rosenblum, CEO, Inera, Inc.
Karen Hill, The University of Michigan Press XML Overview
Adam Hartz, Duke University Press XML Pilot Project
Bruce Rosenblum XML in Book Production Processes
Please feel free to add notes or responses to the session below.
Links Mentioned During Presentation
- Office of the Historian (U.S. Department of State)
- TEI Consortium
- eXist native XML database
- oXygen XML Editor
- XQuery and XQuery wikibook
- data.gov and Open Government Initiative
- Other terms: ePub, OPDS
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