Seems easy enough when you get the pin (tail? the part that will slide into the slot) sussed out. But I did notice some caveats from a number of the google hits. To wit:
1. These joints may not be the choice for drawers that carry heavy loads. I assume that the use of ball bearing slides alleviates this concern, as the drawer will open easy no matter what.
2. These joints should not be made with ply as the structure of plywood is too weak. Really? Even given my use of the ball bearing slides?
3. Most sliding dovetails are tapered on the pages I found. If I make the fit slightly loose (very slightly) and use a gorilla glue type product, will that be sufficient?