[tei-council] Unused parts of TEI P5 source

Piotr Bański bansp at o2.pl
Wed Nov 2 12:40:18 EDT 2011

But, Martin, are you saying this as a TEI user, or as a TEI historian?

How often do you need to trace the development of content models between
TEI releases?



On 02/11/11 17:35, Martin Holmes wrote:
> On 11-11-02 09:23 AM, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> On 2 Nov 2011, at 16:09, Martin Holmes wrote:
>>>> do I hear any votes for zapping from Sourceforge entirely? in these days
>>>> of distributed version control, the practice of keeping things around
>>> "just in case",
>>>> or commenting out references, is a bit unnecessary.
>>> Let's not. Years down the road it might be difficult to figure out what
>>> revision they were last present in.
>> eh? is that a vote for keeping in SF or not? its easy to look
>> at Vault and see when they last appeared.
> It was a vote to keep, especially given that we haven't seen the 
> reaction of the community to the decision to move them.
> If I'm a regular user looking at the Vault, this is what I see:
> <http://www.tei-c.org/Vault/>
> I don't see an easy way to navigate to previous versions of P5, or to 
> discover what might or might not be in them. It would actually be easier 
> to grep the SVN log than to find this info in the Vault, unless I'm 
> missing a finding aid for the Vault.
> Cheers,
> Martin
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