[tei-council] great tei marketing opportunity?
ACiula at esf.org
Mon Apr 6 05:37:48 EDT 2009
I was involved marginally on this project, I believe. We provided conversion from XML to editable excel spreadsheet and the other way around. I would be surprised if KDCS (coordinator of this - http://www.digitalconsultancy.net/) didn't mention TEI to them.
Dr. Arianna Ciula
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From: tei-council-bounces at lists.village.Virginia.EDU [mailto:tei-council-bounces at lists.village.Virginia.EDU] On Behalf Of James Cummings
Sent: dimanche 5 avril 2009 23:23
To: Sebastian Rahtz
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Subject: Re: [tei-council] great tei marketing opportunity?
Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> Lou Burnard wrote:
>> putting this into TEI might be fun...
> er, why?
> you could scrape http://www.bbc.co.uk/ and turn that
> into TEI too, if fun is the name of the game.
And it isn't like the idea of storing parliamentary records in TEI is a
new idea. A few years ago I was invited to discuss TEI at a technical
subcommittee of the History of Parliament project which was trying to
get the various disparate parliamentary papers digitisation projects to
all adopt a similar strain of XML. (Some are indeed using TEI I believe.)
Dr James Cummings, Research Technologies Service, University of Oxford
James dot Cummings at oucs dot ox dot ac dot uk
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