Just some brief remarks about the mentioned abstract: At that time we
tried to integrate our editorial work into the existing website which
is run under typo3. We made use of the fairly simple xslite extension
to read TEI files from the file system and transform them via XSL.
Though this experiment is still online we now switched to the native
XML database eXist and will be doing the whole online presentation
with xqueries. So we skipped the idea of a CMS because our main focus
is on the data which (we felt) can not be adequately edited without a
full featured XML editor. The online presentation though is the second
step after that first one.
Am 11.07.2009 um 11:46 schrieb Vetch, Paul:
> Both Drupal and TYPO3 (and doubtless others) have extensions which
> allow them to run XSL transformations on XML (using PHP 5's native
> capabilities AFAIK) and there was a report at last year's TEI
> meeting about use of TYPO3 in the context of TEI P5 for example -http://www.cch.kcl.ac.uk/cocoon/tei2008/programme/abstracts/abstract-117.html