[tei-council] SIG for dictionaries?
gabriel.bodard at kcl.ac.uk
Thu Aug 28 05:31:55 EDT 2008
I am still in discussion with the two people I had in mind when I
suggested it. (We were talking about this only yesterday, in fact.) I'll
let you know as soon as I've pinned them down or identified any other
candidates. I was assuming that I wouldn't actually have anything to do
with running this SIG, however (presumably Laurent would be the Council
I'll chase things up and report back shortly.
Laurent Romary a écrit :
> No we haven't. This is a remaining of my stolen laptop... sight.
> My opinion is that this should be a bottom up initiative if there is a
> critical mass of volunteers. Otherwise the risk is that we do not
> receive an adequate echo if we launch something out of the blue.
> Would Gabriel be eager to take the lead and look around for aggregates?
> Le 28 août 08 à 04:06, O'Donnell, Dan a écrit :
>> did we ever discuss this?
>> Dan @ Treo
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: "laurent.romary at loria.fr" <laurent.romary at loria.fr>
>> Subj: Re: [tei-council] SIG for dictionaries?
>> Date: Mon 4 Aug 2008 6:08
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>> To: "Susan Schreibman" <susan.schreibman at gmail.com>
>> cc: "TEI Council" <tei-council at lists.village.Virginia.EDU>
>> We can put this on the agenda of the next TelCo, if I manage to get a
>> hand on my own messages (burglqry => no laptop...).
>> Susan Schreibman <susan.schreibman at gmail.com> a écrit :
>>> I don't ever remember a SIG for dictionaries. But there is no
>>> reason one
>>> can't be formed! It would take two people to take ownership of it and
>>> propose it to the Council via me. If you know two or three people who
>>> want to take ownership, have them get in touch with me.
>>> Gabriel Bodard wrote:
>>>> Is there, or has there ever been, a TEI SIG for
>>>> dictionaries/lexicography? Should there be?
>>>> I ask because I know several people for whom the current dictionary
>>>> module is inadequate to their needs, and some are using home-
>>>> brewed XML
>>>> as a result (yuk!).
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