Thanks Markus. And nice to be able to put a face on your email address.
On 10-09-15 02:40 PM, Markus Hoenicka wrote:
> O'Donnell, Dan writes:
> > I've asked this in the past here, but AFAIR nobody had a set up they
> > were very enthusiastic about or felt was very generalisable. That's not
> > changed by any chance, has it? I think a robust TEI-based CV semantics
> > and XSLT might be really useful to a lot of us!
> it's not quite TEI what I have been using the past couple of years,
> but at least it's XML. Currently there is no need for me to tweak my
> CV for different target groups, but this would certainly be doable by
> using different sets of stylesheets.
> The tool I'm using is a heavily customized version of xmlresume
> (http://xmlresume.sourceforte.net). This set of DTD and stylesheets
> has been unmaintained for a couple of years, but I don't really care
> as it still works for me. I usually keep CV and publication list
> separately, as some people want one or the other, some both. I prepare
> my publication list by extracting the references from my bibliographic
> database (http://refdb.sourceforge.net), which has to contain my own
> stuff anyway. The way I've set up things, updating my publication list
> just requires typing "make pdf".
> My CV and publication list are available here, if you want to see the
Daniel Paul O'Donnell
Professor of English
University of Lethbridge
Chair and CEO, Text Encoding Initiative (http://www.tei-c.org/)
Co-Chair, Digital Initiatives Advisory Board, Medieval Academy of America
President-elect (English), Society for Digital Humanities/Société pour l'étude des médias interactifs (http://sdh-semi.org/)
Founding Director (2003-2009), Digital Medievalist Project (http://www.digitalmedievalist.org/)
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