WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS CHAPTER:
This chapter is about a fictional publishing company making a move to an XML-based workflow. Although the company is fictional, the scenario is typical of an actual XML project and shows you how the various topics that you have studied in this book can be used together. You also encounter some new XML vocabularies and projects, such as the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI), MathML, the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA), and DocBook, and learn a little about their strengths and how to discover more vocabularies yourself. This is the last chapter in this book, but it could also be the first chapter of a book about using XML in practice.
Hoy Books is a (fictional) reference book publisher operating out of the city of Lyness in Orkney, UK. It has recently purchased another publishing company, Halfdan Books, based in North Ronaldsay. The two companies have combined into a single office in nearby Kirkwall, and are in the process of trying to sort out who does what and what happened to the tea bags that were by the water cooler.
Halfdan Books has published a popular series of books on heraldry. Hoy Books, the larger ...