DocBook provides a system for writing structured documents using SGML or XML. It is particularly well-suited to books and papers about computer hardware and software, though it is by no means limited to them. In short, DocBook is an easy-to-understand and widely used DTD. Dozens of organizations use DocBook for millions of pages of documentation, in various print and online formats, worldwide.
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DocBook Demystification HOWTO
Information on the markup system and the tools required. Primarily aimed at authors of technical documentation. Written by Eric Raymond.
Read and write docbook xml using OpenOffice.org.
Docbook Frequently Asked Questions
Information on markup, tools, style.
The DocBook Project
Open-source DocBook resources, including the DocBook XSL stylesheets. Lot of technical information in a Wiki.
DocBook Technical Committee Document Repository
Specifications, XML DTDs and schemas, SGML DTDs, RELAX NG Grammars, W3C XML Schema Grammars.
Official home page for DocBook 5: The Definitive Guide, the official documentation for DocBook.
DocBook: The Definitive Guide
Online companion site of this O'Reilly publication and partial mirror site of OASIS site for DocBook.
Get Going with DocBook
Mark Galassi's readable introduction.
Getting Started With DocBook on OpenOffice
It does not cover all of the functionality that is currently supported by the DocBook filter, but instead covers a few of the more frequently used operations that are necessary to commence using OpenOffice.org to edit and create DocBook files.
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