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Subject: Re: [dita] problem with packaging of glossaries

Good day, Kristen.

To your earlier question regarding the work we are doing within Enterprise Business Documents, we're still very early on in the architectural design for business documents. We are preparing a discussion paper now that will shed some light on the direction we are headed.

If you or anyone wants to learn more, we encourage you to join the discussion in our subcommittee.

------Original Message------
From: Eliot Kimber
To: Ann Rockley
To: Kristen James Eberlein
To: JoAnn Hackos
Cc: 'Bruce Nevin (bnevin)'
Cc: dita
Subject: Re: [dita] problem with packaging of glossaries
Sent: 20 Aug 2009 7:21 PM

On 8/20/09 6:05 PM, "Ann Rockley" <rockley@rockley.com> wrote:

> I also agree with Bruce that they should remain as part of the base
> architectural specification. And I agree with JoAnn that bookmap is relevant
> to multiple industries, eg pharma could use it for submissions, we just
> finished working with a book publisher and we used it there, it would make
> sense for medical devices etc.

I would caution anyone on the use of bookmap. It's design is severely broken
in a number of ways that preclude it's use for many important use cases.

I would advise very strongly against considering it for anything as generic
as phrama submissions.



Eliot Kimber | Senior Solutions Architect | Really Strategies, Inc.
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