[tei-council] What's next on the TEI publishing thread

Martin Holmes mholmes at uvic.ca
Thu Aug 26 11:41:10 EDT 2010

This looks great to me. It might benefit from a final paragraph 
specifying roughly what we plan to do as a first step towards this goal 
(create a working group comprising e.g. three actively interested 
publishers and three TEI-ers? start working directly on identifying 
which modules should initially be included in the schema? etc.).


On 10-08-26 06:14 AM, Laurent Romary wrote:
> Hi all,
> You may remember that following the very nice symposium we had in
> Dublin, it was decided to charge a little group among us (Martin,
> Laurent, James, Lou, Sebastian, dan, coordinated efficiently by Kevin)
> to draft what we thought could be a charge to the the SIG on Scholarly
> Publishing (to develop a TEI customization). The document we have is
> accessible from
> http://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0ARyxZGtPbrQ1ZHYzZHg3aF8xNmZyYjR3emY4&hl=en
> and Kevin and I would be happy to get feedback and advice on the next
> step to proceed through.
> Unless there are strong voices against this (will not be counted on
> the number of words; 1 person - 1 voice ;-)), I would like to ask the
> SIG if they share this vision and let volunteers to take up the
> initiative.
> How do you feel with this?
> Laurent
> Laurent Romary
> laurent.romary at inria.fr
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Martin Holmes
University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre
(mholmes at uvic.ca)
Half-Baked Software, Inc.
(mholmes at halfbakedsoftware.com)
martin at mholmes.com

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