This GitHub public repository ( https://github.com/oasis-open/dita-lightweight ) was created at the request of the OASIS Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) TC as an OASIS TC Open Repository to support development of open source resources related to Technical Committee work, particularly as organized within the Lightweight DITA Subcommittee.
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The Lightweight DITA OASIS Open repository will contain schema files, tools and documents related to developing a specification for a light version of DITA. These files will be set up to be as useful as possible for people who want to use them and contribute to them.
This repository contains experimental work from the Lightweight DITA subcommittee. The Lightweight DITA schema files and documentation moved to the official OASIS Lightweight DITA subcommittee repository.
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