DAPS is the tool used by the SUSE documentation team to generate HTML, ePUB, PDF, ... output of the SUSE manuals from DocBook XML sources. It uses the suse-xsl-stylesheets for this purpose.

Currently three different suse-xsl-stylesheet brands exist: SUSE, DAPS, openSUSE. Branding is done by adjusting the xsl-stylesheets directly. It would be desirable to be able to easily change the branding, e.g. via a simple config file in the style of /etc/sysconfig files, since most people cannot hack XSLT. This is also the number one enhancement request we get from DAPS users outside of SUSE.

Status (2015-12-10): WIP, we have a pretty good idea how this can be achieved and hacked a proof of concept. Will not be finished during Hackweek 13 (was not intended, too).

Looking for mad skills in:

bash xslt make

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Hack Week 13 Hack Week 14 Hack Week 15

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