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I’m excited to hear that Adobe’s Technical Communication Suite 3 is introduced with exciting built-in DITA/XML and social media/networking features. I understand both FrameMaker 10 and Robohelp 9 are being shipped as we speak. Here is a great intro by Adobe Senior Product Evangelist RJ Jacquez.
It looks like this version has something both for the structured and unstructured authoring groups. If you are into structured authoring, the new DITA/XML features should make life easier. And those technical writers who go the unstructured way, they’ll certainly be pleased to have new ways to integrated multimedia/video and reader participation/comments into their documents.
Here are some additional TCS3 resources: