[tei-council] TEI Workgroups
dsewell at virginia.edu
Thu Apr 21 22:08:11 EDT 2011
It is now online.
On Thu, 21 Apr 2011, Kevin Hawkins wrote:
> Thanks, Brett. There was one more typo, which David Sewell caught earlier
> and reported offline.
> I'm with Martin Holmes on split infinitives.
> Here's the final version for David to put at
> On 4/19/2011 8:40 PM, Martin Holmes wrote:
>> On 11-04-19 04:25 PM, Lou Burnard wrote:
>>> no one objects to the split imfinitive in the first sentence?
>> I don't think anyone cares about split infinitives any more. And the
>> ugliness of the workarounds makes them worse than the split:
>> "The main purpose of a TEI Workgroup is formally to recommend extensions
>> or modifications to the TEI Guidelines. "
>>> to my simple mind the difference between a work group and a sig is
>>> that the former has an explicit objective, described in a written
>>> charter, which it is supposed to do, and then disband.
>>> a sig otoh exists as long as it wants tp go on finding things to talk
>> Agreed on that.
>>> from the pad
>>> On 19 Apr 2011, at 22:32, "Brett
>>> Barney"<bbarney2 at unlnotes.unl.edu<mailto:bbarney2 at unlnotes.unl.edu>>
>>> Kevin and all,
>>> I noticed a couple of what I took to be typos, one inherited from the
>>> existing page and one in the new prose:
>>> 1) "Workgroups are not the only mechanism for proposing extensions of
>>> modifications to the Guidelines" should read "Workgroups are not the
>>> only mechanism for proposing extensions or modifications to the
>>> 2) "The following workgroups are currently under active under the
>>> aegis . . . " should read "The following workgroups are currently
>>> active under the aegis . . ."
>>> The attached file incorporates these changes, under the questionable
>>> assumption that I've interpreted aright.
>>> Best regards, Brett
David Sewell, Editorial and Technical Manager
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