Production and Delivery of Content

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IT’S ALL FUN AND GAME UNTIL SOMEBODY GET SUED

IP doesn’t need to be a dirty word. In this presentation, you will learn about what content developers need to know about protecting and respecting intellectual property rights. You will see some examples of what not to do, and more importantly, learn tips to protect you and your work.

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Nov
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TOOLS FOR SCENARIO-DRIVEN INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE

Traditionally, scenarios are used as tools to help users understand a product or task. In our approach, scenarios are internal tools to inform information architecture and are rarely customer-facing.

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Nov
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RADICALLY OPEN DOCUMENTATION

What’s it like to not just allow community contributions to your documentation, but depend on them? What if literally anybody could edit the docs and see your work as you write? Mozilla doc team members share their experiences working with radically open documentation for end-users and developers.

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Nov
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PROCESS RE-ENGINEERING FOR TOPIC-BASED AUTHORING

Unleash the full potential of DITA through process re-engineering. The biggest challenges for your authors aren’t with learning a structured language or mastering new tools but with topic-based collaboration.

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Nov
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OPEN SOURCE AUTOMATED DOCUMENTATION IN A DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT

This presentation describes automated documentation using free, open source tools including HTML, XML, Python, CGI, Javascript, JQuery, SQL, Apache HTTP Server and Subversion.Projects covered in the session will include intranet document management system integrating Sharepoint and Subversion as well as documenting a hierarchical system with navigable diagrams and lists.

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