[tei-council] update from the TEI Tite task force: comments on 2 tickets by October 1

Martin Holmes mholmes at uvic.ca
Mon Sep 19 11:06:39 EDT 2011

I have no objections at all (but no vested interest either).


On 11-09-19 06:36 AM, Kevin Hawkins wrote:
> On 9/18/2011 3:53 PM, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> On 18 Sep 2011, at 19:24, Kevin Hawkins wrote:
>>> = What's next =
>>> *I would like Council members to revisit these two tickets*:
>>> c) adding<add>   and<del>:
>>> http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=3136935&group_id=106328&atid=644065
>> I am not sure what to say. If the Tite users want<add>   and<del>,
>> sure, go and ahead and give it to them. I am not sure how we can
>> help you decide this? If Tite plans to cover hand-written material,
>> I personally think that's such a huge extra burden that
>> the advantages of a standardized Tite are negligible. I think
>> I'd prefer a TiteMS, which is Tite + Handwrititing, rather than
>> giving<add>   and<del>   to the vast majority of Tite users. But
>> that's Tite politics, not a technical question.
> Right, well, here's my situation.  Tite has fallen under the stewardship
> of Council, so I feel like there should be a consensus (or at least a
> majority) of Council members supporting any change to Tite.  You might
> not have a use case for Tite, so it's fine with me if you abstain, just
> as I'm largely doing from our recent discussions of the proposal on
> genetic editions.  I know I asked for feedback on these tickets in
> February, but I hadn't responded to Sebastian's comment until after that
> date, so I wanted to give others a chance to review it before I consider
> there to be no objections.
> --Kevin
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Martin Holmes
University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre
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