[tei-council] Proposal for a Council Meeting May 2006 in Kyoto
dporter at uky.edu
Thu Jan 19 11:22:50 EST 2006
I would like to second Susan's suggestion for a poster session.
On 1/16/06, Susan Schreibman <sschreib at umd.edu> wrote:
> I agree with what has been written -- fabulous news Christian. Either
> dates are fine with me. And please do let the rest of us know if we can
> do anything in support of the public symposium. I wonder if we might
> have a poster sessions in which all of us can demo projects we are
> working on utilizing the TEI, and which would allow for more informal
> interaction with those attending the symposium.
> Lou Burnard wrote:
> > This is great news... I think the idea of a pre-meeting set of
> > presentations would be fine, though we do need to tie down the topics
> > a bit carefully to avoid duplication. Speaking for myself, I'd be
> > happy to speak on either the overall organization and content of P5
> > (what it is, why it is different from P4, and how you can do cool
> > things with it) or on a more focussed specific topic (e.g. using TEI
> > P5 to mark up and exploit language corpora; manuscript materials;
> > literary texts; whatever)
> > Assuming that others agree, the onlyheadache I perceive immediately
> > will be the dates. LREC, the major European conference on language
> > resources, runs from 23-27 May and I am already committed to attend
> > it, as is Laurent. So the earlier week would be far preferable.
> > Many thanks for this opportunity, Chris!
> > Next, we need to look at the dates. I would propose to hold the
> >> workshop the day before the Council meeting. That way, it can also
> >> function as an update and preparation for our meeting itself. If we
> >> stay with Thursday/Friday for the Council meeting, this would mean to
> >> hold the workshop on the preceding Wednesday, for example May 17 or
> >> May 24 followed by Council meeting on May 18/19 or 25/26.
> >> Please comment on the possibility of this according to your schedule.
> >> To get going with the preparations, we would need to fix the dates
> >> pretty soon.
> >> All the best -- looking forward to welcome you all here in Kyoto!
> >> Christian
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