[tei-council] Matt Jockers' Gutenberg TEI

Laurent Romary laurent.romary at inria.fr
Tue Apr 19 09:52:51 EDT 2011

Well, apart from a typo in the naming of a tag (noteStmt ==> notesStmt) and the awful use of biblFull (;-)), It all seem like a baseline encoding that would appreciate receiving when asking for a text.  They could easily put a "TEI inside" logo on their web pages...

Le 18 avr. 2011 à 17:19, Martin Mueller a écrit :

> Matt Jockers sent me a sample of his Gutenberg > TEI transformations.
> You can see it's pretty simple and lacks internal structural data or page
> numbers to navigate the text. But some of this may be capturable, and some
> of it could be added with little labour if you care enough.
> Better than nothing.  On the other hand, investing transforming Intertext
> Archive texts may pay off more handsomely in the long run. Much better
> provenance data, a tie to the facsimile of the physical source, and all that
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