On Tue, Jun 12, 2007 at 10:10:43PM +0200, Pablo Rodr?guez wrote:
> are the TEI P5 Guidelines on PDF format (or at least as LaTeX source)?
not at the moment. they will be, but currently
that part of the process has various errors. it
is scheduled for work in a few months.
> I would be very interested in editing a classic work (Aristotle,
> Categories [or any other short work]) in ancient Greek using TEI P5. Is
> there any example where I could learn how to encode the text by copy &
I think others can answer this better than me; but just to say
taht being in Greek is no special issue. The bigger
issue is what sort of digital edition you are doing,
and what features you intend to encode
> By the way, I have read in a previous message that the TEI P5 Lite (or
> TEI Lite P5) are already stable. Where is the documentation for it? Or
> which part of the P5 Guidelines belongs also to the Lite version?
its relatively self-contained