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eXtyles Annual User Group Meeting (XUG)

XUG 2017 was held on November 2 and 3, 2017, at the Sheraton Commander in Cambridge. Read a summary of the meeting or visit our XUG page for links to Inera and guest presentations.


Upcoming Events

Inera/Typefi STS Webinar Series

On October 9, 2017, the National Information Standards Organization (NISO) announced the publication of NISO STS (Standards Tag Suite), an XML tag suite for the publication of standards.

STS builds on JATS (Journal Article Tag Suite) — the standard widely used for journal publishing — and a variant of JATS, ISOSTS, the International Organization for Standardization’s (ISO) version of STS created in 2011.

To celebrate the release of the new standard, Typefi and Inera are hosting a weekly webinar series on how you can best leverage STS. Topics covered in these 30-minute recordings include:

  • Everything you need to know about NISO STS
  • The advantages of using NISO STS, eXtyles, and Typefi to transform your publishing processes
  • Real-world case studies documenting how standards publishers have benefited from implementing XML-based publishing workflows (including ISOSTS)

Check out the first video here!

For all the details, check out the STS Webinar Series page.

Don’t want to wait for the series? Contact us now to find out how you can publish your standards more effectively with STS, eXtyles, and Typefi!



Bethesda, MD, April 17 & 18


Council of Science Editors Annual Meeting

New Orleans, LA, May 5-8


Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting

Chicago, IL, May 30-June 1


2017 Conferences and Exhibitions

Standards Publishing Advisory Board (SPAB)

San Diego, CA, February 15-17


Typefi User Conference

Chicago, IL, April 6 & 7


NISO XML for Standards Publishers

Washington, DC, April 24



Bethesda, MD, April 25 & 26


Council of Science Editors Annual Meeting

San Diego, CA, May 20-23


Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting

Boston, MA, May 31 through June 2


SSP Brazil Regional Meeting 2017

Albert Einstein Hospital Auditorium, São Paulo, Brazil, June 20

Inera CEO Bruce Rosenblum presented "Find Your Path: The Four Roads to XML." See the meeting agenda for more details.


Associação Brasileira de Editores Científicos (ABEC)

São Paulo, Brazil. June 21-23

Inera CEO Bruce Rosenblum presented "JATS, XML, and Related Publishing Standards" at ABEC’s XXV Course on Scientific Publishing.


Balisage: The Markup Conference 2017

Rockville, MD, 31 July–4 August

On July 31, Inera’s Caitlin Gebhard presented "Automated Up-Translation: Addressing the Tipping Points at the Balisage Symposium on Up-Translation and Up-Transformation: Tasks, Challenges, and Solutions.


Chicago, IL, September 10-12

Inera exhibited at booth 5. The Peer Review Congress is held every four years to present research and promote discussion on peer review and scientific publishing.


NFAIS Lunch & Learn Webinar: Going Meta with STS! The New NISO Standard for XML Tagging of Standards

September 26, 12:00 - 12:45 PM EDT

In this session, Inera CEO and STS Working Group co-chair Bruce Rosenblum gave an overview of the STS project and the impact it will have on the publication, distribution, and use of standards.


XML For Standards Publishers: A NISO Live Connections Event

Geneva, Switzerland, October 9, 2017


Frankfurt Book Fair

Frankfurt, Germany, October 11-15

Inera exhibited in Hall 4.2 (Professional and Scientific Information) at stand N84. Inera CEO Bruce Rosenblum presented "Single-Source Publishing: from Word to XML and Beyond" on Thursday, Ocotber 12 at 1 pm on the Hot Spot presentation stage in Hall 4.2.


Standards Technology Forum

New York, NY, November 14 & 15

Inera CEO Bruce Rosenblum attended this meeting focused on improving standards organizations’ understanding of relevant new terms, tools, and technologies.


FACE/INTERFACE: Type Design and Human–Computer Interaction Beyond the Western World

Stanford University, Stanford, CA, December 1 & 2

At this international conference of scholars, designers, engineers, and technologists, Inera CEO Bruce Rosenblum went back to his roots in the early development of Chinese word processing to explore “Early Attempts to Photocompose Non-Latin Scripts.”