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RE: DAISY reader et al



> If one wants to write a computer science text for
> publication either with O'riley or any other publisher, is there any
> requirements such as institutional affiliation or anything else, or
> should you just go ahead and do it like the texts you read and then
> mark it up in XML? 

The only two I can speak of is O'Reilly and Wrox.
The former prefer input in docbook XML, The latter take in Microsoft Word.

No affiliation required, just content that they like.
Emacs has an xml mode btw, if you want to write in XML in the first place.
Regards DaveP

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