[tei-council] Council meeting in April - Symposium on 11. April

Laurent Romary laurent.romary at inria.fr
Tue Jan 18 14:07:33 EST 2011

I take one point at a time; I have never thought that Seb wanted to  
speak, but I had the feeling that OxGarage would be a very nice thing  
to present there; It's potentially a tool which could, among other  
things, help libraries see format discrepancy with a better eye. And  
yes, would be great to have other proposals like this. Any thoughts?
As a whole I agree with your analysis, but it is always more difficult  
to get people external to the council to come then find good talks  
within such a good group as we have (but we can start gathering them)

Le 18 janv. 11 à 19:48, James Cummings a écrit :

> a) (On who to invite to speak) While I think Sebastian talking
> about OxGarage and how it now underlies how things like WebRoma
> works and how loosely coupled web services with clear APIs are a
> good thing for the TEI, is a good topic... isn't his overall
> point slightly different.  It isn't necessarily "Seb wants to
> talk as well" but more that usually at the TEI Days before a
> Council meeting we've had a mixture of people from the council
> talking and local projects.  The local people get the benefit of
> listening to someone new for a change, the council get the
> benefit of hearing about some local projects. TEI users don't
> often get a chance to hear papers which evince how the underlying
> TEI systems really work or similarly arcane topics. It seems
> better to me to have the day be a collaboration between local
> people and the TEI as an organization.

Laurent Romary
laurent.romary at inria.fr

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