[tei-council] TEI Council Working Papers on website
lou.burnard at retired.ox.ac.uk
Mon Mar 28 08:05:56 EDT 2011
Well done David! Adding dates would help a lot, plus also maybe an
indication of whether or not the item is closed (in the sense that the
document is no longer under active consideration). In an ideal world
where we had nothing better to do, it would be nice to see some
information about what happened to each document -- referenced from
minutes of meeting xyz, adopted without discussion, permanently but on
the back burner, etc.
In that context, note that TCW17 is a bit different from the others in
that it actually generates a list of *currently* open tickets -- so what
it leads to is different every time you look at it. As such it's a very
useful standing document!
I feel strongly that all these documents should be part of the public
record. The Council should conduct all of its business openly.
On 28/03/11 01:03, David Sewell wrote:
> Okay, I have created a draft of an index page for "Working Papers":
> It is not yet linked from anywhere else on tei-c.org. Before doing that,
> I need to know a few things:
> * Should there be more explanatory text than just "Following is a list
> of TEI Council working papers"?
> * Which of the TCW links should remain, and which should be deleted? The
> titles have rendered in italics are Sourceforge ticket summaries;
> should they be part of the permanent public record?
> Once I know that, I can add dates to the documents (where I can, based
> on internal information), do some cleanup, and provide the links,
> On Thu, 24 Mar 2011, Laurent Romary wrote:
>> I would easily see a section "Documents" under TEI council to list all of these in.
>> @David: could you please do this?
>> Le 24 mars 2011 à 03:13, Kevin Hawkins a écrit :
>>> This is great.
>>> By hacking URLs, I see that there are other Council working documents on
>>> the website (like tcw18.xml and tcw16.xml), but I don't see these linked
>>> from anywhere on the TEI website. Any reason not to have these linked
>>> in from the navigation menu on the left at
>>> http://www.tei-c.org/Activities/Council/index.xml ?
>>> On 3/15/11 10:19 AM, Lou Burnard wrote:
>>>> As requested some weeks ago, I have now brought up to date and placed on
>>>> the TEI website a short working document about the specific details of
>>>> how the TEI Guidelines are organised from an editorial point of view.
>>>> The draft is now visible at
>>>> http://www.tei-c.org/Activities/Council/Working/tcw20.xml and Council
>>>> members are invited to comment on it either here or at our meeting in
>>>> A companion document, on how the release mechanism works, is in
>>>> production and should probably be merged with this one at some time. The
>>>> XML source for both documents is maintained in the sourceforge
>>>> repository, under the Documents tree.
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