At the TC Camp unconference earlier this year, I participated in the discussion on review processes and tools. I’ve been interested in this topic for a while (here’s an article from 6 years ago). The session was pretty sobering. There have been a lot … Continue reading
Hi folks, I’m happy to let you know that we have posted a major update to the QA Plugin. The ditanauts team owes a huge debt of gratitude to Don Day and Michael Boses for their work on this update. … Continue reading
For several years now I have been working on utilities to convert DITA to PowerPoint, as I have discussed elsewhere. The original implementation was as a VBA macro stored inside a PPT template. I won’t go on at length about … Continue reading
A couple months ago, some developers and support engineers were looking over some documentation and said to me, “These procedures are too complicated!” To which I said, “I know! I made them as simple as possible, but I can do … Continue reading
In this article, you’ll find information on installing and running the QA Plugin for use with the DITA Open Toolkit 2.0. I will soon add a section on customizing rules and reports.
Inspired by a thread started by Sean Healy, and building on the instructions posted by Kevin Brown, I added the ability to generate and insert QR Codes into PDF output to the mypdf plugin. I ignore QR Codes in marketing, … Continue reading