Our new rulemaking LegisProedit is coming along nicely. It’s a web-based XML drafting tool specifically designed for the rigors of rulemaking tasks such as legislative bill drafting. It supports both the Akoma Ntoso and the USLM legislative models and can be customized to support any other model if necessary.
This past week I gave a demonstration of it at the LEX US Summer School at George Mason University in Washington D.C. With trepidation, I allowed everyone to have a hands-on experience with it as I provided guidance. This was the first time the editor had been used by anyone outside of Xcential and the first time we had stressed server performance. While certainly not glitch free, the editor exceeded my expectations for this point in the development process and all went well. It worked!
This week we are talking about the editor at NCSL by way of a screenshot demo that I am sharing here:
The next opportunities to try the editor hands-on will be at the LEX Summer School in Ravenna, Italy next month and we will also be showing it later in the month at NALIT in Sacramento, California.
The QuickStarter beta program is still in the process of being finalized. We are currently envisioning different levels of participation, from basic beta testing to a full-fledged evaluation program for anyone looking to use it or a part of it in an upcoming project.
More information can be found at http://xcential.com/legispro or you can contact us at email@example.com.