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Subject: RE: [dita] Graphics overhaul - status

This is great, thanks Chris!


For anyone interested to compare (and please do), here are the corresponding links in the csd01 HTML version, to see the older versions of the graphics:


1.1 About the DITA specification: Overview

1.1 About the DITA specification: Base edition

1.1 About the DITA specification: Technical content edition

1.1 About the DITA specification: All-inclusive edition

1.5 Formatting conventions in the XHTML version of the specification Overview of document-type shells Addressing keys across scopes Example: Key definitions in nested key scopes Release management domain <imagemap>

2.8.3 A learning objects approach to learning and training content






From: Chris Nitchie [mailto:chris.nitchie@oberontech.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 05, 2015 6:35 AM
To: Tom Magliery; DITA TC
Subject: Re: [dita] Graphics overhaul - status



From: <dita@lists.oasis-open.org> on behalf of Tom Magliery
Date: Tuesday, August 4, 2015 at 9:43 PM
Subject: [dita] Graphics overhaul - status


I have completed revising all of the graphics in the 1.3 spec. This is a comprehensive but "non-substantive/material" overhaul -- aesthetic updates only, although in several cases I made some alterations that I believe improve the clarity/understanding of the original, without changing the essence.


It wouldn't hurt to have some eyes that are not mine to review all of the graphics, but I'm not sure what would be a convenient way to do that. I think this would be a somewhat urgent task -- needing to have any subsequent revisions done by the end of this week, maybe? (Kris? Robert?)


One thing I could and would do is simply email a copy of the new set to anyone who wants to see them, along with a list of the locations where the old ones can be viewed.


Or, if you have access to the SVN repository, everything's checked in.


This review would not be a difficult task, by the way. There are only 10 graphics in the largest ("all-inclusive") edition of the spec, and a grand total of 13 images to be examined. (13, not 10, because the "editions diagram" has four versions--one for each edition plus the "overview" doc.)



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