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Deplacements, sept 2011 - 1

foxglove (27 sept. 2011)

It's September: the rentrée -- when everyone goes back to work, including me even though I am retreated -- looms. I had a very nice summer, thank you, sitting in my garden for possibly the last time, enjoying being visited by daughters and grandchildren, and not having to go anywhere, except ...

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TEI++ : une formation avancee

foxglove (25 nov. 2012)

Cet été, j'étais invité par le consortium CAHIER, en partenariat avec les consortium Corpus Ecrits et IRCOM,  d'organiser un atelier dite "TEI avancée" sur quatre journées.  Je leur ai propose une mode d'opération divisée en deux parties (présentation, travaux pratiques) et une ...

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Digital Palaeography meets Optical Glyph Recognition in Rouen

foxglove (29 oct. 2012)

HDDA2012 (“Historical Documents in the Digital Age”)  at the University of Rouen turned out to be unusual (for me at least) in a number of respects. Firstly it was organised as part of a project (“DocExplore”)  funded under the Interreg framework of the EU, and hence attended by people ...

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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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A day in Lower Normandy

foxglove (23 oct. 2011)

And so to Caen, whose University campus boasts magnificent if vaguely fascist architecture, at the top of a hill, commanding splendid views over the urban sprawl to the countryside beyond, and liberally decked with graffiti to bewilder future epigraphers The University Press of Caen having joined ...

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Further adventures with ODDs

foxglove (21 sept. 2013)

This post is mostly an aide-memoire, since how to do the ODD things I want to do is not very well documented in the TEI as such. First challenge I have an ODD which was produced by webRoma some time ago and which (naturally) uses the traditional "exclude" syntax. I want to convert this to the new " ...

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Teaching TEI in Bern

foxglove (12 sept. 2012)

At the invitation of Bénédicte Vauthier from the University of Bern (whose indefatigable enthusiasm, fund raising expertise, and hard work organizing the event, are all hereby gratefully acknowledged) I spent the last week teaching the French strand of a four and a half day long trilingual TEI ...

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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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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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Interoperability of TEI projects : apotheosis or chimera?

foxglove (20 mai 2013)

This was the title (sounds better in French) of the closing talk I gave at an interesting workshop last week. A prevous COST-funded meeting in Krakow had brought together Czech, French, Catalan, German, and Polish teams working on several different dictionaries of medieval Latin to elaborate the ...

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