Yes they would, since several do.
When people say "_published_" in that emphatic way, they generally seem
to mean printed on paper, so I won't point out the huge number of
digital resources documenting every stage of the Project available from
the TEI web site, but instead cite a few books and articles.
The single most useful compendium is probably N. Ide. and J. Veronis,
eds. The Text Encoding Initiative: Background and Contexts. Kluwer, 1996
which reprints a special triple issue of Computers and the Humanities,
29:1, 1995, 1-3.
Other published articles are listed at
There is also quite a comprehensive statement of the project's histiory
and principles in the Guidelines themselves, bringing them right up to
date with the most recently published edition, now available from
niversity of Virginia Press at a very reasonable price (see
On Thu, 2003-02-13 at 09:56, Desmond Schmidt wrote:
> Would anyone know of a _published_ article about the foundation and
> aims of the Text Encoding Initiative, if one exists?
> Desmond Schmidt
> Wittgenstein Archive