Thanks for this good question!
We have planned the feature request of providing the TEI files in open
access. We will provide this feature as soon as possible and I will
The first issue was produced with our classic Lodel and OpenText Word to
TEI converter. I think that the second issue will be edited in pure
native TEI, from beginning to the end of the process.
Jean-François Rivière has published a documentation of the TEI used by
Lodel : http://www.lodel.org/701
We have had some interesting discussions with Lou Burnard about some
necessary improvements of our TEI before make it more public, but I
believe you will be interested in the (french speaking) documentation.
We will provide a translation for the final release.
Center for Open Electronic Publishing (Cléo)
OpenEdition.org and Revues.org
> Ron -- Marcus is right -- the XML generated from the transformation
> process has not been quite ready for prime time. But I'm delighted to
> report that that this came up as an item at the recent Board meeting
> and Marin Dacos (whom you might remember is now a member of the Board)
> indicated that Revues.org was extremely willing to work with us to
> make the TEI/XML publicly available for our journal. This involves not
> only the transformation process (which as Marcus indicates might
> almost be there) but creating a workflow for the raw XML/TEI to be
> served from the current interface.
> Watch this space.
> On 20/10/2011 16:35, Markus Flatscher wrote:
>> this has come up as a feature request before, and it does make
>> perfect sense.
>> Note: to provide _high-quality_ TEI is not quite as straightforward as
>> one might think, given that all submissions we have received so far
>> have been in MS Word format and that the flavor of TEI created from
>> them is machine-generated. But it's definitely possible to get it into
>> presentable shape, I would think.
>> I'm going to discuss a road map with our editorial board and our host
>> (revues.org) and report back on this list.
>> jTEI Technical Editor
>> On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 11:28 AM, Ron Van den Branden
>> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> Perhaps it's me, but I'm having trouble finding a way to access the XML
>>> source of the contents of the Journal of the Text Encoding
>>> Initiative (jTEI)
>>> Am I either overlooking something, or falsely assuming that there
>>> would be a
>>> (TEI?) XML source and that access to it would be a good idea?
>>> Kind regards,
>>> Ron Van den Branden
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