LinuxDoc is an SGML DTD which is similar to DocBook. It was created by Matt Welsh and version 1.1 was announced  in 1994. It is primarily used by the Linux Documentation Project. The DocBook SGML tags are often longer than the equivalent LinuxDoc tags. LinuxDoc has a more succinct DTD than DocBook and users of small to medium size projects have found that it suits their purposes better than DocBook. The Debian distribution of Linux has a linuxdoc-tools package.
- Announcement "Linuxdoc-SGML v1.1 now available" by Matt Welsh (computer scientist) 1994-06-07
- "Comparison of DocBook to LinuxDoc (short)" by David Lawyer, June 23, 2000, revised Mar. 2005
- alt.cyberpunk: "About the FAQ", 2000-12-07
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