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.
Dr James Cummings, Research Technologies Service
OUCS, University of Oxford