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When opening the Transclusion page on docbook.org, clicking the "Transclusion" link points to https://docbook.org/docs/transclusion/transclusion.html. This page is dated 20 April 2011 and describes the old way of doing transclusions.
However, Jirka updated the text on the thread in 09/2014 on the docbook mailinglist. It showed the more recent way of doing transclusion on top of XInclude 1.1.
We shouldn't point nor recommend outdated documents. As such, I'd suggest to copy the HTML page from the docbook mailinglist to docbook.org (unless there is an even better way).
Can be done probably in seconds.
Hmm, seems it will take some time to find sources :-(
In the worst case there is internet archive:
Aha, mystery solved. For some reason these files are in older SVN repo:
I don't know why files ended up there. @ndw will you republish from this XML source (or perhaps it will be automatic thanks to CI) or should I do it?