Thank you for your prompt action, some great improvements.
TEI by example wrote:
> Hi Stuart,
> Thank you (and others who responded off-list) for the favourable
> reactions and suggestions. I'll address them below.
> Op 11/07/2010 8:16, Stuart Yeates schreef:
>> A couple of minor points:
>> (a) There would seem to be lots of opportunity of more interlinking with the guidelines. For example tag names could link to the tag page in the guidelines.
> Excellent suggestion! This is implemented by now: all element and
> attribute names (belonging to the TEI ns) now link to their respective
> TEI documentation pages.
>> (b) I'm not entirely sure about the usefulness of the TEI resources list. There are already a great many lists on the web of TEI resources, when perhaps we need fewer more frequently updated and better maintained ones.
> This page is indeed subject to re-evaluation, or revision at least.
> Actually, it's a relic of our own teaching efforts, but we do realize
> that maintenance is the key to relevance in this matter. We'll probably
> revisit it in due course; meanwhile, the disclaimer at the top has been
> modified with a reference to the Tools page on the TEI Wiki.
>> (c) It would be great to see an index into the examples by tag / attribute.
> Another useful idea. We share your concern: in due course, we'll address
> navigation modalities and add some sort of search functionality / index
>> The tutorials are clearly written in TEI (and downloadable, thank you), what are the other sections written in?
> This hints at a lacuna we're aware of: we owe it to ourselves to add
> technical documentation about the site. That's something I'll definitely
> address when I find the time. To answer your question briefly, all
> content is TEI, except for the tests. Those have been prepared using
> Martin Holmes' excellent Hot Potatoes didactic software suite
> (<http://hotpot.uvic.ca/>). The validator app is generated straight in
> XHTML with eXist (<http://exist-db.org/>). I've added respective
> 'powered by' logos on the pages to reflect their provenance.
> Also, I noticed the source for the examples was not publicly accessible.
> This has been fixed: now all TEI content (except for the index pages per
> module section) is exportable to XML and PDF.
>> Your call for examples is an interesting one. Maybe this is something that nascent Linguistics SIG could work on?
> Would be great! We'd like to thank all who have contributed so far, and
> welcome all samples the TEI / text encoding community wants to share
> (they're just a simple email away: [log in to unmask])!
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