Need information about the used DTD, Schema, ... used by Confluence

Hello Confluence, in our company we have some confluence instances running very successful. Therefore we decided to create our technical documentation with confluence. Our main bottleneck is the translation of the content. We currently figure out how this process can be done in a professional way. In this case we got in contact with SDL a professional translation office. We will send them the XML of Confluence for translation, but they need to extract the content of the XML.

To do this they need the DTD or a Schema of Confluence. Can you please send me this file?

I only found some information about this here http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Confluence+Storage+Format.

Thanks for your support.

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Sorry, no. This is only the database schema.

I am looking for the document schema, but there seems to be no official documentation about it.

Hey alecx,
we re currently talking to SDL re the same problem and they wonder if there is any experience in-house already.

Did you succeed and do you have any SDL HR names for us? (Is there a way in this forum to exchange things privately?)
Thanks
G.

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