[tei-council] agenda items

Lou Burnard lou.burnard at retired.ox.ac.uk
Tue Oct 4 05:41:09 EDT 2011

On 04/10/11 09:43, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> On 4 Oct 2011, at 09:19, Laurent Romary wrote:
>> It seems that I will have to be back home on Friday night in any case. I can compile some slides though to make a short, but strategic report. Which leads me to two questions to the council:
>> - who would be willing to represent me to give the report?
> I am willing (although not wanting to stand in others way :-})

I am also willing, but am sure you ill do just fine!

>> - could you all send me proposals on a) achievements from the council to put forward and b) strategic priorities (seen also as things we will debate on in Paris)
> some starting points, not exhaustive:
> achievements:
>      * genetic inclusion (albeit unfinished)

I am hoping to tie yup some loose ends on that this week, so we can at 
least report a version that Council is willing to let the world look at 
for comment

>      * music representation

>      * move of TEI Guidelines build to continuous integration server

and possibly a bit of detail on how we manage P5 as a collaboratively 
authored project? reminder about how toickets are processed? maybe some 
stats about tickets (how many, who from, their fate)

>      * all the small changes needed to bring Epidoc  fully conformant

this is an ongoing process I believe!

> strategic priorities

that sounds a bit grand -- surely these are just things we can see ahead 
of us in the pipe?

>      * finish genetics
>      * bring TPC texts schema into pure subset of TEI P5 by changing TEI or recommending change to TCP

There is also (in France) some work coming up on looking at the spoken 
texts chapter yet again

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