I put three posters up at XML 2005: Implementing the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) in DocBook, Announcing DocBook V5.0, and Sure, it's well formed, but what does it mean?. (Yes, I'm aware of the false dichotomy in the last poster.)


I put together a poster on The Extensible Style Language for SGML ’97. XSL, as currently defined, bears almost no resemblance to the language described in this poster, but I leave it online for historical interest :-)