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Subject: HTMLdoc (fwd)
From: Murray Maloney <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Tue, 15 Nov 94 10:35:03 EST

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I think that we need to publish the PostScript version
somewhere on a news group or at a Web site or something.
Probably we should wait for the folks at Spyglass to
complete the latest revisions, but then we should try
to go public.

BTW, at the recent SGML 94 conference there was a lot
of interest in the activities of this working group.
On Tuesday evening, SGML Open sponsored a session
entitled "SGML and the Internet" which I attended
(with Tom Magliery of NCSA seated behind me).
So, we should probably expect a few of that evening's
attendees to be sending in requests to join the list soon.

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> From murray Tue Nov 15 09:58:22 1994
> Subject: HTMLdoc
> To: Murray Maloney <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: Tue, 15 Nov 1994 09:58:20 -0500 (EST)
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> From: "Nathan T. Wild" <[log in to unmask]>
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> Subject: HTML/SGML Documentation
> Date: Mon, 14 Nov 1994 16:44:49 -0600
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> Is it possible to get a good reference to the HTML or SGML languages ON 
> PAPER!  I have see many nifty online HTML versions of this type of 
> document, but I cannot seem to find a good manual.  
> This poses a chicken/egg problem for me...  How can I develop a Web Page 
> while looking at a Web PAge.  I have a 4 page quickreference and a 14 
> page usersguide (which I cannot get to print!)
> If anyone knowns of an ftp site or an URL I can use to get a Good Text or 
> Postscript HTML manual...  please let me know.
> Please reply via EMAIL...
> p.s.  Are there any good editors for Linux?
> Later:
>      Nate...
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