What espresso has to do with standards for content engineering

by Uta Lange on August 25, 2020

Imagine yourself in the kitchen at half past six in the morning and your espresso machine is not working. You might still be half asleep, but I guess you will do a quick google search. And you will probably get information quickly from different channels: a website or as PDF, a video in a social media channel, a mobile application, or a chatbot. more...

iiRDS: We answer your questions

by parson on July 01, 2020

Since the beginning, parson has been involved in the development and documentation of the standard. At conferences and talks, we report on the status of the development and its practical application.  In this blog, we want to answer some of the most frequent questions we have been getting. more...

tcworld 2018. What's New With iiRDS?

by Uta Lange on December 05, 2018

iiRDS was one of the central topics at the tcworld conference 2018: at the new iiRDS Café, in lectures, showcases, and tutorials. There was also a discussion on Twitter, among other things about the name, which is so difficult to pronounce. more...

RDF is not XML – RDF Serialization and iiRDS Metadata

by Mark Schubert on December 04, 2018

The world of technical writing loves XML. Its document type definitions are the foundation of structured authoring. XML and the underlying schemas structure the content of our information products. The benefits are twofold. Content is consistently structured and easy to read. Authors have an easier time writing the content. The structure provides guidelines for authoring. more...