The W3C XSL FO subgroup is working towards XSL-FO 2.0. The first public working draft of the XSL-FO 2.0 Requirements document was published at http://www.w3.org/TR/xslfo20-req/ back in March. The best way for the Requirements document, and an eventual XSL-FO 2.0, to reflect peoples’ needs is for people to read the document and provide feedback.
Two of the best ways for you to provide feedback about XSL-FO and the requirements for XSL-FO 2.0 are:
xmlroff is available prepackaged for Ubuntu 8.04! Instead of my reciting the list of packages that you need to build xmlroff, I just need to tell you to install it from the ‘universe’ repository using the Synaptics package manager.
Thanks must go to W. Martin Borgert and others of the Debian XML/SGML Group for doing the packaging work so that Ubuntu could pick it up as well as to the Ubuntu folks for including it.
Translation: I came, I saw, I posted about it on a collaborative site.
Cf. Wiki, Vidi, Veni (Place or event reviewed on a collaborative site, I saw, I came)
Why should you prefer an XSLT unit testing framework that uses more that just XSLT? Two reasons:
xsl:message and multiple output documents. Continue reading “Why use more that XSLT for testing XSLT?”
I first saw this book when someone was reading it on the train a couple of years ago. The title, Who needs Irish?, was intriguing, so I borrowed the book when I saw a copy in the Skerries Library. The publisher describes the book as “a collection of essays in English for all those interested in the Irish-language today.” However, maybe the title should have been “Why you need Irish” since all of the essays are in favour of Irish. Continue reading “Who needs Irish?”