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Subject:Re: FrameMaker+SGML Time Estimate From:maimino -at- CSNET -dot- NET Date:Fri, 6 Dec 1996 12:30:16 +0000
On 5 Dec 96 at 7:30, Peter Gold wrote:
> In the Frame+SGML class I took at Frame HQ last summer (the whole 5
> days; previous skill with "regular" SGML highly recommended - I had
> very little), the most important thing I learned is: "6", as in
> MONTHS for any serious project, from planning through testing,
> debugging, to implementation as a finished (nearly) bulletproof
> project. The more complex the requirements, the more likely 6 is the
> number; some possible reductions for simplicity and expertise in
> SGML and especially for knowledge of the ins-and-outs on both the
> source (in this example SoftQuad) and the destination
Thanks for your information. I'm compiling the responses I've
received and if you would like a copy, I'll send it to you. Again,