This reminds me to urge all creators of new TEI introductory Tutorial
materials, in whatever language, to consider sharing them with the rest
of the community? That's what the http://www.tei-c.org/TEI/Talks part of
the website is for. At present it's heavily dominated by a few people --
we want your input! And of course, if there's material there you can
bend to your own purposes, then that's what it's for.
Charles Muller wrote:
> Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> 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.
> It just so happens that I will also be teaching my first course in XML
> this year--although at probably an even more basic level than
> Marcus--and had also envisioned breaking my students in with Lite. So
> this is good news, and I'm glad Marcus raised the question.
> Charles Muller
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