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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Docbook IEEE transformation?


Regarding getting a customization into the DocBook XSL, I don't think this kind of customization is one that should go into the mainline XSL stylesheets.

Rather, I think the best way would be to put it in the docbook wiki at wiki.docbook.org.

There isn't a page for customizations now, but if I get a few minutes, I'll add one later today and put my two-column ieee customization there. It's not hard to register and get set up to put content there yourself.

Best Regards,
XML Press
XML for Technical Communicators

On May 10, 2011, at 9:05 AM, David Priest wrote:

> I've done some more searching, and it looks like LaTex is IEEE's preferred open platform. Otherwise one is stuck with the usual MS Word templates.
> I've been able to track down specs for the two-column layout.  Single-column line-numbered (which I think is probably the review version) is MIA so far.
> If I end up creating a customization, what's the best way to get it into the Docbook XSL package?
> Dave Pawson wrote:
>> 1. IEEE are not a big commercial target for any such work IMHO
>> 2. Asking for special visual presentation is, IMHO, a bit nit picking.
>> If it has been done, it would most likely be a customization?
>> Simpler question, is their layout specified anywhere?
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