[tei-council] Further correction to the Genetic stuff
elena.pierazzo at kcl.ac.uk
Tue Nov 15 17:28:42 EST 2011
>> I can do the zoning of any of them, just choose the one that comply with
>> your requirements.
>And the transcription, I hope...
Yes, I can do that, as I happen to have the transcription of the entire
notebook, but they are very long and complex pages, do you really need
that? I thought that this example was only supposed to present issues of
zoning within an opening, so that a general discussion about the layout
and only the outline of <zone> was enough.
Which one do you want? You have not answered.
>Incidentally, lookijng through this
>lovely book, I see that there are quite a few cases where a blank
>surface is superimposed on top of the writing, presumably being a folded
>down leaf? eg
>how do we encode that?
I don't think we need to encode, do we? In the sense that this is only the
way they look when folded, so if you click on the following page you will
see them opened up. IMO people will only want to encode the opened version
of the page, with perhaps a second graphic to show how it looks when
>>>> a better caption is needed. Something like W.Whitman, The sleepersŠ
>>>> Brett, I don't remember which of the version this represent. The
>>>> definition is also very bad, can the size be fixed?
>>> We really need a simpler and clearer example, I think.
>> I think this is very good example, actually, just the image is blurred
>Yes. Again proper identifier is needed.
Brett, this is for you, I think. I know that is "[I am a curse]"
(University of Virginia), but more details (and perhaps a better
resolution for the image) are to be asked to the Whitman people.
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