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   RE: [xml-dev] Re: Are the publishing users happy? Why not?

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At the start of this discussion, people were complaining that not enough 
developers were creating tools for the publishing industry.

But it sounds more like vendors have been developing tools faster than 
users have been accepting them. That was certainly the case at some of the 
companies I worked for - POET and Texcel both made repositories designed 
for editorial environments such as publishers, but these were very small 
niche markets, and not enough bucks to keep development going.

For publishing, is there a market ready to accept some set of tools that 
vendors could create for them? What would these tools look like? Where is 
the pain?



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