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What does the textual scholar require of computer science?

foxglove (17 mars 2014)

[Here's the text of the talk I gave under the above title at the Fifth Postdamer I-Science-Tag "Digital Humanities Meets Information Science" on 19  March. I haven't revised it properly yet -- there's nothing like reading a text aloud for making you aware of the places where it's wandering off ...

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Un point hors de discussion

foxglove (21 mai 2012)

It's not often that my good friend Jean-Daniel gets indignant enough to post on Facebook a notice of something he's read rather than an announcement of his current whereabouts, so I feel particularly indebted to him for having alerted me to the existence of a review article appearing in the ...

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How to make a sow's ear into a silk purse/Comment faire d'une buse un épervier

foxglove (20 mars 2017)

As the proverb says, you can't turn a buzzard into a sparrow-hawk. But here's how I went about producing a TEI-conformant minimally encoded edition of the 1611 King James bible, starting from an all-singing, all-dancing, vastly over-complicated, web site to the existence of which Martin Mueller had ...

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Notes towards a definition of TEI Conformance

foxglove (14 mars 2017)

Each of the blobs here represents three subtly different things: an ODD : that is, a collection of TEI specifications a formal schema generated from that ODD, and its natural language documentation the set of documents considered valid by that schema. The TEI provides TEI All : a set of over 500 ...

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Tweaking the Agora Stylesheets - 1

foxglove (5 juin 2011)

The AGORA project (this one, not to be confused with this other one nor even this other one again) has defined a very simple TEI XML schema for  scholarly publishing. In this series of blog entries, I report my attempts to process a set of documents which conform to that schema into PDF and other ...

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Resolving the Durand Conundrum: some ODD thoughts

foxglove (11 juil. 2012)

The Durand Conundrum is a jokey name for a serious question first raised by David Durand when the current TEI ODD XML format was being finalised at an early working group meeting, though I cannot now remember where. In the original TEI ODD system, that used for the production of all versions before ...

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Encoding documents and collections at Caen

foxglove (3 avr. 2012)

And so, once more, and maybe for the last time, to Caen for Encodage de documents et de collections, the two-day culmination of the seminar series of Caen's Pole document numérique, ‘organisé dans le cadre de la chaire d'excellence de Matthew James Driscoll’ We are met this time in the ...

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A trip to La France Profonde

foxglove (2 sept. 2014)

So this week I have mostly been not thinking about writing academic papers at all, which may or may not be a good think. Instead I spent the first part of the week tidying up materials for the next TEI training course, which is now pretty well polished, and also for the one after that, which is not. ...

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Genetic editors, please note

foxglove (25 août 2014)

After finishing last week's entry about my rash commitment to write a book chapter, I secretly vowed to monitor my progress by producing weekly reports here. I then spent the entire week (when not shopping, eating, or sleeping) working on next month's TEI course in Paris, essentially a revision of ...

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Lodelisation

foxglove (27 déc. 2013)

Lodel (Logiciel d'edition electronique) is the name of the CMS which drives Open Editions, one of Europe's leading open access publishers. Back in 2009, Marin Dacos announced at the TEI council meeting in Lyon that Lodel would start using a TEI schema for its internal processing, while continuing to ...

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