On Wed, 8 Dec 1999, Gary Van Domselaar wrote: > "J.W. Bizzaro" wrote: > > > > This may be interesting to us in more than one way: > > > > http://www.conglomerate.org/ > > "Conglomerate" is a structured document authoring application with an > intuitive interface. > > I haven't downloaded a copy, but this does look like a viable > alternative to docbook. I'll check it out soon, and would like to have > the honourable Dr. Lapointe take a look at it as well. > > The issues for me, in terms of using conglomerate for writing > documentation is that their software is new and probably not widely > adopted. Their own documentation is sparse, which is ironic considering > that they are writing a structured document development interface. > Their general news web archive is only month old, and their development > web archive link is broken. On the other hnad, it does use XML, can > produce multiple output (HTML, TeX) from a single source, uses XML, and > provides a very nice interface for authoring structured docs. > > I think you will see much progress on Conglomerate, because when it was announced on the Gnome Notices (Gnotices, see http://www.gnome.org/) it got a warm welcome. I think there is much motivation to make this a "killer app" for gnome. Greetings, Michiel Toneman -- I wish there was a knob on the TV to turn up the intelligence. There's a knob called "brightness", but it doesn't work.