Here's the first test:
OASIS DocBook SubCommittee for Publishers
For more than a decade, DocBook has provided a structured markup vocabulary for hardware and software documentation. DocBook is now widely used in both commercial and Open Source environments. DocBook has a very broad element set, and applies to much more than just technical documentation. The DocBook TC is engaged in evolving the suite of DocBook specifications. The community benefits from having a standard, open, interchangeable vocabulary in which to write structured content. DocBook has been, and will continue to be, designed to satisfy this requirement.
The OASIS DocBook SubCommittee for Publishers is chartered to develop and maintain official variants of DocBook in support of the publishing industry. Specifically, the subcommittee will focus on schema and stylesheet customizations to support: periodicals as regularly published technical notes or journals, book publishing (such as business, legal, medical, and other non-technical domains), educational textbooks and other document types as appropriate for this industry.
Scope of Work
This subcommittee will submit additional enhancements back to the full DocBook standard as appropriate. The scope of this DocBook subcommittee is publishing industry content. Broadly, this includes books, journals and other related publications.
This effort will deliver on the following goals:
Build official DocBook variants, based against the DocBook v5.0 schemas.
Address issues and enhancement requests that have arisen from experience with real-world DocBook implementations.
I can also link directly to the doc here: http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dcjvrqnt_3d7zv3w
With Blogger, your best option is Google Docs. If you have a gmail account, it should be pretty easy to set up:
From my gmail account, I click on Documents.
then click Upload
From the upload page, I can browse to a Word doc and name it
Then in the Google Docs page, I can select Publish and set it up to Publish to my blog!