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Subject: Announce: DocBook XSL 1.61.2

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This fixes the outright brokenness of the FO stylesheets in the 1.61.1 release.
It also adds the gentext for an Arabic locale. If someone can test that out and
send me a translation of this document into Arabic, that'd be much appreciated:

<chapter lang='en' id='enchap'>
<title lang="en">English</title>

<para lang="en_us">
DocBook is a <ulink url="http://www.ucc.ie/xml/#doctype">Document Type
Definition</ulink> (DTD) maintained by the <ulink
url="mailto:docbook-tc@oasis-open.org">DocBook Technical
Committee</ulink> of <ulink
url="http://www.oasis-open.org/">OASIS</ulink>. It is particularly
well suited to books and papers about computer hardware and software
(though it is by no means limited to these applications).

<para lang="en_us">
Because it is a large and robust DTD, and because its main
structures correspond to the general notion of what constitutes
a <quote>book</quote>, DocBook has been adopted by a large and
growing community of authors writing documents of all kinds. DocBook
is supported <quote>out of the box</quote> by a number of
commercial tools, and there is rapidly expanding support for it
in a number of free software environments. These features have
combined to make DocBook a generally easy to understand, widely
useful, and very popular DTD. Dozens of organizations are using
DocBook for millions of pages of documentation, in various print
and online formats, worldwide.


                                        Be seeing you,

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Norman Walsh <ndw@nwalsh.com>      | More men become good through
http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/ | practice than through
Chair, DocBook Technical Committee | nature.--Democritus of Abdera
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