In a recent blog post Michael Priestly of IBM mentioned an informal meeting he attended while at the STC Conference in Minneapolis earlier this month about the possibility of developing DITA specializations for research reports.
Michael Priestly blogging about DITA isn't remarkable of course, as he is one of the people who invented it. The remarkable thing is that the meeting he mentions was initiated by my friend Ant Davey, who is one of my colleagues on the board of the STC UK Chapter.
I am looking forward to catching up with Michael Priestly at the X-Pubs 2007 conference in Reading in about two weeks time.
I look forward to catching up with Ant as well. If he's not at the Reading conference, I am sure he'll be at the STC UK Chapter Conference on Visual Communications, which is taking place in Cambridge on 23rd and 24th June 2007.
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