I'd be interested in getting this done right. Looking at the tips from
George and Markus, it doesn't look to me like there is really a
generalised standard model. It would be great if the TEI community had
hosts of HR people or something who could form a SIG: generalising the
semantics will involve some thought.
On 10-09-16 02:55 AM, James Cummings wrote:
> Matthew James Driscoll wrote:
>> You can, of course, write your CV using the <person> element and its
>> children. I don't that anyone has, but that was certainly one of the
>> potential uses we envisaged when we put it together.
> I've done just that, but storing publications separately. I've not
> built any specific stylesheets to use it though (and the only times
> I've used it I've done slightly customised tei->html->a
> wordprocessor. Today I'd be more tempted to do a customization of the
> teitodocx stylesheets that my TEI@Oxford colleagues have worked so
> hard on.
> While I've done things in my own unique way I would be more than happy
> to keep my P5 CV in some standardised format. I once thought about
> making a TEI ODD to produce a schema to validate a much more
> constrained set of elements, but figured if it was just me I wouldn't
> bother. If anyone is wanting to put work into this I'd be interested
> in collaborating. Anything to remind me to keep my CV up to date.
Daniel Paul O'Donnell
Professor of English
University of Lethbridge
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