the XSLT was created as a one-off (isn't 9[0-9]% of code?) for merging
_certain_ MARC field data into existing TEI instances. I'm willing to
share what I have, but its origin being what it is, I doubt general
utility. That said, I can, time permitting, extend this. Indeed there was
some suggestion in the TEI for Libraries SIG in Baltimore this past autumn
that generic MARC <--> TEI sheets would be very worthwhile.
that such transforms do not actually already exist given that TEI and
especially MARC are, counted in W3C RCs, are aeons old.
Yale University Library::Manuscripts and Archives
On Fri, 11 Feb 2005, Daniel O'Donnell wrote:
> Are your MARC to TEI sheets something you'd be willing to share?
> Stephen Yearl wrote:
> > On Thu, 10 Feb 2005, Susan Schreibman wrote (in part):
> >>We also had some trouble deciding where to include the abstract, but finally
> >>decided on <note type="abstract"> in the <noteStmt>
> > rightly or wrongly I made the same choice in transforms from MARC's
> > 520*, using the first indicator as the value for @type.
> > * http://www.loc.gov/marc/bibliographic/ecbdnot1.html#mrcb520
> > St.
> > Stephen Yearl
> > Systems Archivist
> > Yale University Library::Manuscripts and Archives
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