[tei-council] TEI-C Website Development Window

James Cummings James.Cummings at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Mon May 9 04:57:09 EDT 2011

Dear Council,

Just reminding you about the following announcement made back in 
February. Please put in any TEI Website bugs or Feature Requests 
(marking them as category 'TEI: Website Suggestions') by this 
friday the 13th.


On 28/02/11 12:55, James Cummings wrote:
> Hi TEI-Council,
> David Sewell and I have a slightly amorphous list of things that
> we think should be done to improve the TEI-C Website and its
> display in a number of browsers. We've set aside some periods of
> time (fitting around our work commitments and such) to have a
> development window in mid-May.  We would encourage members of the
> Council (and Board if someone wishes to forward this email there)
> to submit Bugs and Feature Requests in the 'TEI: Website
> Suggestions' category before Friday 13 May 2011. We hope that
> knowing that there will be some development time spent on this
> will encourage the submission of such bugs/feature requests.
> We are not looking for any bugs or feature requests to be
> submitted to us directly, but would _prefer_ people use
> Sourceforge. The scope of such bugs and feature requests should
> be reasonable improvements to the display and/or functionality of
> any part of the website (including Guidelines). Unfortunately
> some of this is limited by the underlying content management
> system and we're not intending to change this during this
> development window.  We don't promise to implement all of the
> suggestions submitted and will prioritise them with an arcane
> algorithm of perceived difficulty of implementation vs benefit to
> the TEI community.  If anyone wants to help, let us know.
> Although this email is public (because it is on a
> publicly-archived mailing list) we are consciously not informing
> TEI-L of this development window until much closer to the date
> when we will announce a drive for suggested improvements.  (This
> does not mean you can't encourage people to submit bugs/feature
> requests in this category...they are free of course to do so at
> any time.)
> Best,
> -James

Dr James Cummings, InfoDev,
Computing Services, University of Oxford

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