[tei-council] Virtual language-based TEI Guidelines hosts are live but incomplete
laurent.romary at loria.fr
Wed Mar 24 04:08:36 EDT 2010
I am taking up on this... Thanks for having implemented this so
I would favor 1.a indeed.
As to 2. It would be good to test this with our Oxford colleagues and
define the easiest procedure (also from the point of view of
Oxford: what do you think?
Le 21 mars 10 à 01:03, David Sewell a écrit :
> Shayne has created virtual hosts by language:
> He overlooked one for Japanese so I've asked for that.
> Please consider and provide feedback on two problems with this system:
> 1. each of the above URLs currently goes to the top level of the
> language documentation release, i.e. one directory above /html. Should
> a) make 'html' explicit in all links to the HTML version of the
> Guidelines, i.e. for English link to
> http://en.guidelines.tei-c.org/html/, or
> b) add a rewrite rule so http://en.guidelines.tei-c.org/ ==>
> http://en.guidelines.tei-c.org/html/ ?
> (one disadvantage of 'b' is that Web crawlers going to the domain
> miss any non-HTML content. Or is that a good thing?)
> 2) If you're at http://en.guidelines.tei-c.org/html/ and click on any
> other language version, the link is broken (because it's generated
> as a
> relative link). Likewise, the alternate language links in the
> pages. Are we willing to convert all language-specific links to use
> domain aliases?
> Obviously, those problems need solving and other testing should be
> before we can advertise the existence of these virtual hosts. Unless
> want to use those hosts only as a way to get Google to index by
> David Sewell, Editorial and Technical Manager
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