[tei-council] TEI P5 1.9.0

Laurent Romary laurent.romary at inria.fr
Wed Jan 26 09:02:01 EST 2011

Le 26 janv. 11 à 14:59, Sebastian Rahtz a écrit :

>> I don't know if the last one is necessary, but we have users for
>> Debian haven't we?
> sure. but we have many more users who are *not* Debian

Probably yes :-}. Could the experience gained from automating the  
maintenance of a Debian package be used to support other platforms,  
like MacOS?

>> Could you expand on the point Roma-rewrite vs. Roma-eXist?
> Roma needs to read the TEI source all the time to present you
> with lists of elements in modules and so on. Currently it sends an
> XQuery to a eXist database to do that. I'd rather it was all in
> browser memory in Javascript, so no server dependency.

I guess this is not +that+ difficult to do, isn't it?

>>> I think it would be very defensible to say that Debian packages are
>>> something
>>> someone else does as a favour to their community, not an essential
>>> deliverable
>>> from TEIC
>> Unless it is truly automatable. Is it?
> I really don't know

OK. Part of the things to be debated in April.

> Sebastian

Laurent Romary
laurent.romary at inria.fr

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