The DocBook Wiki provides a comprehensive variety of up-to-date details about DocBook, including user-contributed information and links, in a format that you can edit and add to.
The DocBook FAQ is a a collation of a large number of Frequently Asked questions regarding Docbook. Most of the questions and answers have been culled from years of discussion on the docbook and docbook-apps mailing lists. The FAQ provides a wealth of practical guidance on real-world use of DocBook.
DocBook.org is the official home for DocBook: The Definitive Guide (also known as TDG). The site provides two online versions of TDG:
- DocBook: The Definite Guide, for DocBook version 5
- DocBook: The Definite Guide, for DocBook version 4
If you want to publish DocBook documents using the DocBook XSL stylesheets, DocBook XSL: The Complete Guide is a must-read. It contains comprehensive step-by-step how-to guidance on every aspect of publishing DocBook content in HTML and PDF form and in other output formats.
The book is for sale in paperback and in Acrobat PDF format. The full text is also available online.
If you want to get your hands on the very latest versions, you can download pre-release “snapshots” of some DocBook project file distributions, generated from the latest development sources in the project Subversion repository.
The DBLaTeX project is a separate project from the DocBook project. They provide a command-line
dblatextool that you can use as an alternative to generating and processing XSL-FO output from the DocBook Project FO stylesheets.
dblatex is not yet complete, but it is
in active development and is already mature enough to
produce quality PDF output from a wide range of DocBook