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Interactive Intelligent Style Guides
A style guide to follow when writing structured content is not useful if it not automated, it may become an issue rather than a helpful tool. You should automate as many rules as possible to allow writers to be notified when they break a rule. You also need to focus on enabling the information architects to control this automation process, to easily create and tune the rules to match the project needs. You can do all these things with an intelligent style guide that can embed automatic checks, easily created by information architects to enforce the actual style guide prose. I will present an example of such a style guide, based on open standards such as DITA and Schematron, with many interesting examples of automated rules.
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