[tei-council] its release time
dsewell at virginia.edu
Wed Jun 30 14:53:32 EDT 2010
This is just a note to plead for forbearance if I am slow to deal with
any current TEI website issues. This week we are in the midst of (1)
physically moving from one office to another, and (2) negotiating with
a federal agency on a cooperative agreement for a collaborative
publication. In other words, it is total insanity. I should be able to
help with website work by this weekend at the latest,
On Wed, 30 Jun 2010, James Cummings wrote:
> Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> > * the versions of P5 back to 1.0 are up on the web site and addressable
> Trivial bug:
> Some of the back versions have the TEI-C navbar other ones don't.
> Compare for example:
> and 1.0.1 which have it with ... well all the rest including current
> when in the vault which don't have it.
> e.g. http://www.tei-c.org/Vault/P5/1.5.0/doc/tei-p5-doc/en/html/ref-w.html
> Is there a relative pathname or something to pull in the navbar that
> isn't being found?
> For those of you interested in one of the benefits of this is that it
> gives a canonical way to refer to the human readable reference for 'w'
> above and compare its content model across versions. (see above) One
> can also of course can easily point to the sources for the elements
> Of course we could do this with SVN, but this is a better way to have a
> canonical URL at the TEI domain. I can just imagine some lovely
> applications allowing you to compare and contrast the TEI through the
> ages. ;-) I wonder if anyone will build any? We should think how to
> advertise this and point to it on the website itself.
David Sewell, Editorial and Technical Manager
ROTUNDA, The University of Virginia Press
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