I worked as an Information Architect at eBay and teach in the Master’s program in Content Strategy at FH Joanneum in Graz, Austria.
I maintain DITA Open Toolkit documentation and automate XML publishing processes with the Darwin Information Typing Architecture.
The latest version of my Bootstrap plug-in for DITA Open Toolkit 3.3 generates HTML5 output with a Bootstrap 4 styling base.
The OASIS Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) TC announced a new version of their Committee Note “Lightweight DITA: An Introduction”.
At DITA Europe in Rotterdam, I spoke about producing custom output with DITA Open Toolkit and suggested it may no longer be quite as hard as you recall.
DITA-OT 3.2 introduces a new plug-in registry that makes it easier to discover and install new plug-ins via a searchable list at dita-ot.org/plugins.