[tei-council] Budget and Cost Saving for next year

Piotr Bański bansp at o2.pl
Wed Nov 2 11:40:01 EDT 2011

How exhilaratingly cruel... Announcing their potential deprecation could
be a way to poll the community for how much they are needed.

The functionality behind them *is* needed, and would have to be recast
as individual attributes (@from, @to, ... many, I'm afraid, and in need
of discussion and standardization).

And, even dead, they are *so* elegant, sigh. They look much better than

On 02/11/11 16:29, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> On 2 Nov 2011, at 15:21, Piotr Bański wrote:
>> Speaking of budgeting for a programmer -- I realise and agree that Roma
>> is a priority, but let me also remind you of TEI XPointer schemes,
>> which, in the years since they were put into the Guidelines, got
>> implemented exactly *nowhere*.
> a really cheap way to resolve this one is to remove all reference
> to the TEI XPointer schemes from the Guidelines.
> they were a nice idea, cute puppies, now its time to drown them :-}
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