[tei-council] Fwd: Xpointer (was Re: Budget and Cost Saving for next year)
lou.burnard at retired.ox.ac.uk
Wed Nov 30 08:40:17 EST 2011
Much of what is currently in the Guidelines on this subject was last
edited by Syd Bauman, who is also probably fairly well up to date on
current W3C thinking in this context. Might it be a good idea to invite
him to contribute to or review output of this workgroup?
On 30/11/11 13:35, Laurent Romary wrote:
> As I think about it, this may comprise some proposals for needed implementations.
> Le 30 nov. 2011 à 12:22, Gabriel Bodard a écrit :
>> Thanks, Kevin. We'll send you a blurb once we've spoken as a group and
>> decided what our remit is.
>> On 2011-11-30 01:46, Kevin Hawkins wrote:
>>> I'm not volunteering for this committee, but as it happens I was already
>>> thinking of updating
>>> to add the ad-hoc committee on TEI for Google Books, so I would be happy
>>> to add this new ad-hoc committee as well if I'm provided with a blurb
>>> about it.
>>> On 11/29/11 12:13 PM, Gabriel Bodard wrote:
>>>> On the understanding that I am completely ignorant even of the need that
>>>> xpointers were designed to serve, I'm happy to push the group to discuss
>>>> the issues. :-)
>>>> Give me til tomorrow to send an email convening you all.
>>>> On 2011-11-29 16:59, Laurent Romary wrote:
>>>>> Hi Gabriel,
>>>>> Are you OK to take the lead for the group (Hugh, Piotr, Martin and myself in a corner).
>>>>> Your mission: design a clear strategic plan for the TEI in relation to xpointers (whatever that means - you'll have to explain)
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