Marcus Bingenheimer wrote:
>The general question however seems to be: is it at all useful to teach
>a course based on TEI Lite these days? Won't the numerous changes in P5
>depreciate TEI Lite at least in parts? If so are there plans to
>revise/update TEI Lite?
Speaking informally (I don't recall any discussion of this by the TEI
my assumption is that TEI Lite will continue to exist and be "supported"
TEI Consortium. Part of the P5 test set includes TEI Lite as an example
which I keep up to date. I don't either expect substantial change, or
any difficulty in
defining Lite in terms of P5.
However, the generic changes in P5 would be present (namespace, root
change in linking and IDs, whatever happens to figures, <choice> etc),
materials will need tweaking. Depending on the amount of material, I'd
that someone familiar with old and new might need to spend, say, a day's
on editing the text of Lite for each language, revising example files,