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   Re: [xml-dev] [ANN] MarkupWare - SilkPage Core 0.3.0 released

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Does the cross-posting explain why I am seeing (on xm-dev) two, 
sometimes three copies of this and all follow-up posts with slightly 
different subjects?

[xml-dev] [ANN}...
Re: [xml-dev] [ANN}...
[xml-dev] Re: [ANN] ...

Good grief.

Bob Foster

Sina Heshmati wrote:
> Silk team is proud to announce the SilkPage Web Publishing Framework (released under the GNU General Public License).
> SilkPage is an XML based Web publishing framework that has evolved from the Docbook Website. It features:
> - XML based content management
> - Web Standards (WaSP) compliant XHTML output
> - Conforms with main accessibility requirements
> - Separates content from presentation via CSS stylesheets
> - Integrates RSS and RDF
> SilkPage is particularly suited to publish personal websites, though it is by no means limited to them. Users 
> of DocBook and DocBook Website have little 
> trouble adapting to SilkPage. New Users will be able to use basic features fairly rapidly by reading the SilkPage 
> User Guide.
> Please visit http://silkpage.markupware.com to learn more
> about SilkPage.
> 2005-02-25
> Silk Team
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