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From Ovidiu Predescu <ovi...@cup.hp.com>
Subject Re: Standard for documents content structure.
Date Tue, 05 Dec 2000 22:01:46 GMT
Have you looked at DocBook (http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/)? Your document
definition looks pretty similar with it. DocBook seems to be a fairly used
system in publishing, although I have no experience with it.

Regards,
-- 
Ovidiu Predescu <ovidiu@cup.hp.com>
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On Tue, 5 Dec 2000 14:01:48 +0100, "Krzysztof Zielinski" 
<KZielinski@supermedia.pl> wrote:

> Hi.
> 
> For a few weeks I have been making a publishing system for internet
> newspapers.
> I have designed my own structure for documents with articles.
> 
> In attachment there is a small example of my documents structure. I think
> that my solution is not very universal but it is easy.
> 
> 
> Where can I found internet documents content standard .
> 
> I know that there are standards for describe content eg RDF.
> I have not found a standard for define content of documents.
> 
> I have looked at DBPrism and solution from Oracle but article content in
> Oracle is part of HTML. In solution from Oracle there are not separately
> title, paragraphs, photos and other parts of article. All part of article
> are together in one part of HTML code.
> It is not good enough for me. I can't for example: publish content as PGF or
> WAP. I want to save documents in database and make easy editor for
> documents.
> 
> I have looked at other standards like RDF,RSS,DublinCore,PRISML and all of
> them are used for describe content not for define content.
> 
> Does someone defined his own standard content documents and implemented it?
> 
> Thanks for any suggestions or hints
> 
> Regards,
> Krzysztof Zielinski
> Web Application developer
> kzielinski@supermedia.pl



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