[tei-council] Project Gutenberg
lou.burnard at retired.ox.ac.uk
Sun Apr 17 18:25:32 EDT 2011
We did have quite a bit of discussion with Marcello back in 2006 or 2007
or so, but I haven't heard much from them lately.
Re-expressing their subset of TEI as an ODD would be a fairly trivial
exercise, but I'm not sure what it would achieve.
On 17/04/11 17:01, Laurent Romary wrote:
> Would someone already ni close contact with PG be eager to take an informal contact with the guy maintaining the page and see whether he would like having his schema as a P5 ODD, which would also allow him to update some tiny features here and there (like using xml:lang)?
> Le 17 avr. 2011 à 17:48, Piotr Bański a écrit :
>> Regarding the need to secure the choice of TEI as the format of choice
>> in (among others) digitization of literary works, should we not pay
>> special attention to developments such as PGTEI? Project Gutenberg is a
>> very serious and popular initiative, and providing support to it will
>> benefit both sides.
>> I can't recall PG being mentioned at TEI-MMs or on TEI-L (may have
>> missed something obvious though). PGTEI appears to be a derived format
>> instead of being an ODD customization -- perhaps all is not lost and we
>> can provide support for PG, in return enlarging the community coverage,
>> with all the related benefits.
>> * http://pgtei.pglaf.org/marcello/0.4/doc/20000-h.html
>> * https://www.stanford.edu/~mjockers/cgi-bin/drupal/node/49
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