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Eric van der Vlist wrote:
> I have the same problem and have found XMLMind XML Editor (XXE) quite
> decent. Even if not free as free speech, it's free as free beer and it
> works beautifully on Linux.
I used that for my paper for Extreme Markup this year, and was very happy.
> I must confess I have written most of the book using a wiki wiki web and
> transformed the whole stuff into DocBook through XSLT and that's been an
> interesting experience!
That's interesting - I just used a wiki to write much of a white paper
at work (though it had to end up in Word). I think the wiki is good for
formulating bits and pieces into fairly self-contained topic
expositions, which fit in perfectly with the needs of this particular paper.