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README

OASIS TC Open Repository: dita-stylesheets

This GitHub public repository ( https://github.com/oasis-open/dita-stylesheets ) 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.

While this TC Open Repository remains associated with the sponsor TC, its development priorities, leadership, intellectual property terms, participation rules, and other matters of governance are separate and distinct from the OASIS TC Process and related policies.

All contributions made to this TC Open Repository are subject to open source license terms expressed in the Apache License v 2.0. That license was selected as the declared "Applicable License" when the TC Open Repository was created.

As documented in "Public Participation Invited", contributions to this OASIS TC Open Repository are invited from all parties, whether affiliated with OASIS or not. Participants must have a GitHub account, but no fees or OASIS membership obligations are required. Participation is expected to be consistent with the OASIS TC Open Repository Guidelines and Procedures, the open source LICENSE designated for this particular repository, and the requirement for an Individual Contributor License Agreement that governs intellectual property.

Statement of Purpose

Statement of Purpose for this OASIS TC Open Repository (dita-stylesheets) as proposed and approved [bis] by the TC:

This repository was created to support development and maintenance of the style sheets and other resources that are used to build OASIS-styled publications from DITA source. This project current can produce the following documents:

  • OASIS specifications
  • OASIS errata documents
  • OASIS committee notes

Additions to Statement of Purpose

Repository Maintainers may include here any clarifications — any additional sections, subsections, and paragraphs that the Maintainer(s) wish to add as descriptive text, reflecting (sub-) project status, milestones, releases, modifications to statement of purpose, etc. The project Maintainers will create and maintain this content on behalf of the participants.

Stylesheet plugin integration with the DITA Open Toolkit

Plugin development is being done using dita-ot-2.4.1. Do the following to create the runtime environment:

  1. Install the version of the DITA Open Toolkit (dita-ot) that is being used for development.
  2. Clone this repository to a temporary directory.
  3. Move the entire contents of the cloned directory (but not the cloned directory itself) to the dita-ot plugins directory. Important: Be sure to include hidden files and hidden directories in the move.
  4. If you are planning on contributing development work, update the .gitignore file in the plugins directory to exclude any additional plugins that you may have added after installing the dita-ot. This is important because we do not want those plugins being pushed back to GitHub.
  5. Run the dita command with the --install option.

Maintainers

TC Open Repository Maintainers are responsible for oversight of this project's community development activities, including evaluation of GitHub pull requests and preserving open source principles of openness and fairness. Maintainers are recognized and trusted experts who serve to implement community goals and consensus design preferences.

Initially, the associated TC members have designated one or more persons to serve as Maintainer(s); subsequently, participating community members may select additional or substitute Maintainers, per consensus agreements.

Current Maintainers of this TC Open Repository

Feedback

Questions or comments about this TC Open Repository's activities should be composed as GitHub issues or comments. If use of an issue/comment is not possible or appropriate, questions may be directed by email to the Maintainer(s) listed above. Please send general questions about TC Open Repository participation to OASIS Staff at repository-admin@oasis-open.org and any specific CLA-related questions to repository-cla@oasis-open.org.