Top Arbortext Resources
Here’s our list of the 7 things new Arbortext customers should know about. If you’re an Arbortext User, you should know about these resources:
- Mailing list hosted by PTC/User: The PTC/User portal (http://www.ptcuser.org) hosts the long-running Adepters mailing list. Arbortext engineers monitor the list as well as many long-time users and tools folks. If you have a question, it’s a really good resource.The List Email Address is: firstname.lastname@example.orgYou can join the list from the PTC/User portal: http://portal.ptcuser.org/index.php?mo=fo&op=si
- The Adepters Information Archive: The Adepters Information archive is located here http://www.adepters.org.Many Arbortext users regularly search it for help with difficult to solve issues. The archive was started by Karl Johan Kleist. In 2008, Karl changed career paths, and I’ve been maintaining it ever since..
- Mailing List hosted by Yahoo Groups: Yahoo Group Name: 3b2users3b2users is a list for users of Advent 3B2, now called Arbortext Advanced Print Publisher, for the exchange of information, hints and tips.
- Introduction to DITA: A User Guide to the Darwin Information Typing Architecture Arbortext Edition – JoAnn HackosAlthough not an online resource, this is Arbortext-specific. Procedures and Examples in this book use Arbortext Editor.
- SF Bay Arbortext PTC/User Group: The SF Bay Arbortext PTC/User Group hosts monthly Live Meetings showcasing interesting implementation issues around the Arbortext community.The meeting announcement page is here: http://www.sfbayptcuser.org
- PubWright Podcast: The PubWright podcast is another of our contributions back to the Arbortext community.Most Arbortext knowledge is tribal in nature. The PubWright podcast interviews Arbortext implementers, customers, and experts in an attempt to share that knowledge with the greater Arbortext community.This is a podcast series available here: http://podcast.single-sourcing.com
- LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter: Visit the Arbortext PTC/User Group on Facebook here or join the discussions on LinkedIn hereYou should follow us on Twitter here
But wait, there’s more!
- Complete list of Community Resources
- The full list of our community efforts: projects that we participate in, sponsor, or otherwise contribute to
- Join the community or volunteer. We can connect you to organizers or point you to other resources from our partnership network .
- The Squidoo Lens on Arbortext: Everything you need to know about Arbortext in one place.
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