Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> b) To my mind, we can't write a book until we have TEI stable, and are
> all singing from the same songsheet. A lot of us are investing effort
> into P5, a lot of others are doing great work with P4; it really is
> important to get everyone into the P5 world. Alternatively, if the P5
> Spruce Goose will never fly, say so now!
OTOH, as badly as I feel in telling *others* that they should write
books, the appearance of a useful and definitive manual might well be
exactly what is needed to get the faint-of-heart (such as myself) to
take the leap from P4 into P5.
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