XML in Production

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XML in Production

What does the transition to an XML-based production flow look like? What are the obstacles others have encountered? What direct benefits have you seen and what benefits are expected down the line? What are the benefits and risks of outsourcing? How do Adobe's new Opentype fonts affect XML decisions? What approach should one take to font and character encoding issues in general? Is it crucial to use Unicode or only in particular cases? What can book production learn from journals production about creating and managing content in XML.

Moderator: Linda Secondari, Creative Director, Oxford University Press Panelists: Wendy Queen, Electronic Publishing Technologies Manager, Project MUSE; Eric Gamazon, Technical Architect / Development Manager, University of Chicago Press; James Dunn, Senior Production and Design Controller, Cambridge University Press; Puja Telikicherla, Intellectual Property Manager, Georgetown University Press

Technical level: Intermediate

Who should attend: production and IT staff.


Please feel free to add notes or responses to the panel below.

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