On Fri, 2 Mar 2001, Stewart C. Russell wrote:
> Wendell Piez wrote:
> > When you include commercial projects, the examples, er, proliferate.
> I know of no commercial dictionary publishers who use TEI in their
> production books*, and most of HarperCollins reference output (apart
> from dictionaries) are held in Quark.
> SGML is mostly unknown to publishing people outside academia.
Uh, outside academia and outside high tech. Many, many large computer
firms, like mine, that do their own publishing, use SGML. Then there are
publishing houses like O'Reilly that, while they may not use SGML or XML in
house, certainly spend time advocating the standards to high tech industry.
Of course, we don't use the TEI, mostly DocBook.
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