Re: [unrev-II] More on the Wiki concept

From: John J. Deneen (
Date: Mon May 08 2000 - 10:54:48 PDT

  • Next message: Jack Park: "Re: [unrev-II] More on the Wiki concept"

    How is Wiki's trancoding capabilities different from XSL Transformations
    (XSLT)? Does it incorporate XML Path Language (XPath), XML Linking
    Language (XLink), XML Pointer Language (XPointer), including specs for
    the Open eBook (OEB) authoring and publishing capabilities?

    Also, the Open eBook Forum (OEBF) will host its First Annual Spring
    Meeting Series in New York City on May 22, 23 and 24, including its
    first General Membership Meeting on May 23. The OEBF, organized by
    representatives of some 35 organizations in December 1999, invites all
    stakeholders involved in electronic book publishing to attend meetings
    on May 22 and 23 to discuss standards, digital rights management, and
    "dual-stream" publishing - the simultaneous publication of print and
    electronic versions. These meetings are free and open to anyone in the
    electronic publishing community.

    Jack Park wrote:

    > Looks like an even better Wiki is
    > at: This one appears to be based on a
    > Transcoding scheme. As a servlet, it paints HTML from a database of
    > text.
    > From: Jack Park
    > For those interested in the Wiki web concept -- web pages
    > anyone can edit -- there exists a Java version, called Jiki,
    > at
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