Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> 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 :-}
There *is* a markup conference already, of course. MarkupTechnologies,
well known to a small number of TEI geeks.
Interestingly, we have been informed by one of its regular attendees
(Wendell Piez) that the TEI is not well known or appreciated within that
community. I'm not sure what that proves.