[tei-council] An easy ticket
lou.burnard at retired.ox.ac.uk
Wed Feb 23 09:13:13 EST 2011
I thought we had agreed to make new releases *after* council meetings,
What's the rush? A 1.9 release at the end of April would enable us to
resolve at least some of the long outstanding issues (including music,
genetic editing, bibliog issues...) after discussion at a ftf.
Otherwise, what's the justification for spending all that money on a
meeting which won't have any visible outputs for another six months?
Several people have been nagging me about the need to make genetic
proposals a bit more visible. However, I don't remember much discussion
on this list or subsequent to the Dublin meeting at which we agreed them
in principle. Am I really being given carte blanche by the council to
just copy everything from tcw14 into the Guidelines without further
discussion? This seems unlikely, and a dangerous precedent.
On 23/02/11 09:22, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> seems unexceptional.
> but are you saying you want me to hold off on 1.9.0 release?
> if not, then Torsten won't see the fruits of this for some months,
> I guess, so no special hurry (apart from being tidy).
> i was planning to press the buttons this aftrnoon
> Sebastian Rahtz
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