The "Learn the TEI" page ( http://www.tei-c.org/Support/Learn/
) has a section on tutorials, which I've just moved closer to the top
of the page. The "TEI by Example" site is in fact the first resource
mentioned on the tutorials page.
Further suggestions on improving this part -- or any part -- of the TEI
website are always welcome. We even have a special "TEI website"
category for bugs and feature requests on SourceForge:
--Kevin (assistant webmaster for the TEI-C)
> IMHO the answer to the more than legitimate "user-friendly docs" request
> is a set of tutorials to accompany the Guidelines, such as those
> available on the TEI by example site. It's good to be guided when you're
> still struggling to get the hang of something new, and it's also good to
> have a very detailed, rich documentation for reference. Perhaps the TBE
> site should receive more attention and be mentioned on the "Learn the
> TEI" page (although of course I understand that it's not a TEI
> maintained site).