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The Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) is an open XML technology for real-time communication, which powers a wide range of applications including instant messaging, presence, media negotiation, whiteboarding, collaboration, lightweight midd
a web-based service designed to make it easier to convert academic papers from typical word-processor editing formats such as MS-Word .DOC and OpenOffice .ODT, to publishing layout formats such as XML.
a non-profit membership organization. software vendors, school districts, state departments of education and others. primary and secondary (pK-12) education. platform-independent, vendor-neutral rules and definitions called the SIF Implementation Specifi
The DITA OASIS Standard defines an XML architecture for designing, writing, managing, and publishing technical documentation in print and on the Web. DITA (commonly pronunced dit'-uh) builds content reuse into the authoring process for document creation and management.
".epub" is the file extension of an XML format for reflowable digital books and publications. ".epub" is composed of three open standards, the Open Publication Structure (OPS), Open Packaging Format (OPF) and Open Container Format (OCF), produced by the IDPF. "EPUB" allows publishers to produce and send a single digital publication file through distribution and offers consumers interoperability between software/hardware for unencrypted reflowable digital books and other publications. The Open eBook Publication Structure or "OEB", originally produced in 1999, is the precursor to OPS.
openpub - Project Hosting on Google Code. an application of the Atom Syndication Format intended to enable content creators and distributors to distribute digital books via a simple catalog format. The mechanism through which compatible Reading Systems access the distributed catalog has three components: eBook content, XML catalog metadata, and an HTTP transport for the catalog. OPDS-compatible Reading Systems must support IDPF EPUB, and may optionally support additional formats.