Dan O'Donnell wrote:
> That's a U.K. thing, though. Conference papers aren't going to get you
> tenure at Harvard, either, but in North America they can be enough at
> annual professional activities report time (in the absence of other
> evidence) that you are alive at all.
OK, if thats the way it works over there, reasonable argument for a
> leaving no outlet for the research that goes
> into designing a special kind of TEI encoded apparatus, or a metrical
> markup scheme for Old English. Those kinds of papers are (theoretically)
> of interest to people not in the content discipline, but the markup
so, thats for a markup conference :-}
> P'raps members could vote on
> candidate cities for the next meeting or something.
no, on the type of biscuits to serve at meetings.
always a winner...
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