Community Projects

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Our community projects

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Our committment to fostering strong community relationships differentiates us from our competitors. We donate 10% of our time to community educational efforts. This is a list of projects that we have founded, created, and organized for the technical communications and Arbortext communities:

Single-Sourcing blogSingle-Sourcing blog

The Single Sourcing blog is focused on information about Arbortext, the community, and the best practices for successful implementation of dynamic information delivery projects.

TC DojoTC Dojo

The TC Dojo is a series of webinars where the topics are chosen by the community and driven by community needs. In the TC Dojo-Arbortext Edition, we cover topics of interest to Arbortext users.

List of top Arbortext resourcesTop 5 Arbortext Resources List

We maintain the list of the top five resources for Arbortext users available out there.

TwitterTwitter

You should follow us on Twitter here. We also maintain the list of Arbortext twitterers.

Webinars and PresentationsWebinars and Events

We present regularly at industry conferences. Some of our presentations and webinars are product focused, but most are not. We are known for providing high-quality content first and foremost.

TC DojoTC Dojo Masterminds

Mastermind sessions are unique learning opportunities where members talk about real time issues they are solving and share ideas for possible solutions. These are Member-Only sessions.

YouTubeOur YouTube Channels

We maintain three YouTube channels: Single-Sourcing Channel, TC Dojo Channel, and Arbortext Monster Garage Channel

FacebookFacebook

Find us on Facebook but you might also like to join the Arbortext User Group that we organize and maintain on Facebook group.

SlideShareSlideShare

View copies of our presentations on SlideShare or the individual event pages.

Advisory LineAdvisory Line

Let’s face it, there are times when all you need is some quick assistance to help you solve a challenge.

Arbortext User GroupArbortext User Group

We donate time, resources, and administrative support to the Arbortext User Group and the Arbortext User Group @ PTC Communties. Videos from the AUG group meetings have been posted to the Arbortext Users Channel on YouTube.

LinkedInLinkedIn

We organize and run the Arbortext User Group on LinkedIn discussion group and answer questions posted to any number of other groups as well.

DocstocDocstoc

View copies of our published papers on docstoc or the individual event pages.

Adepters code repositoryAdepters code repository

We currently maintain this free Arbortext code archive. We donate the resources and contribute code to the repository on a regular basis.

Everything Arbortext in one placeEverything Arbortext in one place

We maintain the Arbortext article: Everything Arbortext in one place. This article gives you all the information you need about Arbortext all in one convenient place.

Single-Sourcing blog at dita.xml.orgdita.xml.org blog on single-sourcing

We publish the Single-Sourcing Blog spot on the dita.xml.org Postings here are all DITA related.

TC CampTC Camp

We founded, organized, and delivered TC Camp, the first unconference for the techcomm community. We recently spun off TC Camp as it's own non-profit but remain a strong supporter of the event.

Arbortext Users on MeetupArbortext Users on Meetup

We created and support the Arbortext User Group on Meetup to support those members of the Arbortext community who want to organize face-to-face events.

Arbortext Monster GarageArbortext Monster Garage

A webinar series we ran in 2011 where we showed how to trick out your Arbortext environment. All the videos have been posted to the AMG YouTube Channel.

FlickrFlickr

See Pictures of the people who use Arbortext from our Flickr stream.

Other Resources

Lots of other resources are available, too.

Arbortext has always had a very active community. Users and developers support each other, answer each other's questions, and present at conferences. We talk about everything: We talk about Arbortext, but we talk about all the related technologies that come into play as well. The community is more than just Arbortext customers. One of the strengths of the community -- and of the Arbortext product line -- is that PTC's Engineering team also partcipates in the community. You'll see them answering questions at all times of the day and night, right alongside us.