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Re: DocBook vs. DebianDoc

	Seconded. One thing Debiandoc lacks and IMHO is somethings pretty important
	is the support of inline figures.

	In any case, if we want to use Docbook we should also say *which* DTD we
	want to use. Otherwise people would be using completely different DTDs which
	could make automatic compilation a pain (since the DTDs might be somewhat
	obscure in some cases)



On Sun, Dec 30, 2001 at 11:31:31PM +0000, Martin WHEELER wrote:
> On Sun, 30 Dec 2001, John R. Daily wrote:
> >  a well-reasoned discussion would be
> > welcome;
> >
> > I have searched for any recent discussions of DebianDoc/SGML
> > vs. DocBook/XML as the Debian documentation standards
> I propose that BOTH should be accepted by the DDP forthwith.
> Then let time and writers' inclinations sort out the rest.
> -- 
> Martin Wheeler <mwheeler@startext.co.uk> [gpg:1024D/01269BEB 2001-09-29]
>    /debian/     msw <msw@startext.co.uk> [gpg:1024D/8D6B948B 2001-07-04]
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