a Special Interest Group for Correspondence Encoding in TEI has been
It seeks to bring together scholars interested in creating digital
scholarly editions of correspondence. The goal of the SIG will be to
discuss and develop sample tagsets (including suggesting
additions/modifications to the TEI Guidelines) for varying forms of
correspondence as well as to create tutorials and best practice models.
This SIG is convened by Joachim Veit and Peter Stadler and we would like
to invite everyone interested to join our mailing list at
and/or to have a look at the wiki page
We will have our first meeting of the SIG at the 2008 Members Meeting at
King's College in London on 8th November 2008.
Many thanks are given to Kurt Gärtner, Werner Wegstein, Laurent Romary,
Susan Schreibman and David Sewell for encouraging and helping us to set
up this SIG.
All the best,
Joachim & Peter