S1000D

I came across the S1000D specification for version 4.1 and its magnificent. It allows you to author in XML with a comprehensive set of rules for any occasion. There are this common source database that stores your modules and images. The modules types are many; like publication, descriptive and procedural and those can be used to various amount of information types. A module or image has a unique identifier code that contains data that describe what the module is about. A publications id is called PMC (Publication Module Code) and contains the author in form of a CAGE code. A module has a DMC (Data Module Code) that contains information of the product, its PBS, information type and so on and the image had a ICN code that also contains the CAGE. A module or image has their separate issue number and issue date. A publication can be exported to an IETP or PDF or XML. To set up a project you make business rules that is a document that chooses that or that not you are going to use from the specification. Then you author a BREX from the business rules witch is a schema to validate your own XML-code in form of modules or those that you get from other authors. You also need a BREX from the customer so you can validate your XML that you are going to deliver if so. There are plenty of guide lines in the specification on how to use it but also how to style your IETP of PDF/printing material so the PMC/DMC/ICN shows. Its beautiful and comprehensive. Now lets read about its relative S3000L.

High in Fungoid Void

Once I played guitar in this group called High in Fungoid Void.  I was the sole guitarist and played an original Hagström Super Sweden from 1982 with 0.10 strings dropped to C and ultimately with a Laney 100W amp (Tony Iommi), two Laney 4×12 speakers and one 4×12 Marshall speaker witch I liked the most as it sounded older. I also had a CryBaby WahWah, Electro Harmonix Memory Man Deluxe and a Worm.

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