[tei-council] maintenance of Tite

O'Donnell, Dan daniel.odonnell at uleth.ca
Mon Aug 9 16:29:33 EDT 2010

Good question. The Tite experience has prompted a number of very useful 
issues and experiences including the need to have specifically referable 
releases and the issue about positively or negatively defining the 
inclusion and exclusion of elements.

My understanding, cc'd to Perry here to check that I've got this right, 
is that Apex are using a specific schema generated from the current odd, 
and that the TEI can update and change the official ODD as we go along 
on our regular update schedules. Obviously we want to avoid breaking 
backwards compatibility, but Perry also did some custom examples and 
things, I think.


On 10-08-09 11:55 AM, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> Kevin has submitted some sensible bug reports on Sourceforge about Tite. But I am unsure how to handle these, as I don't know the state of the thing. Is Perry T working on it or not? and what maintenance schedule are we imposing on this beast, given the agreement with Apex?
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