I'm a huge fan. Looks like any-to-any round-tripping is just around
the corner! :)
The only issues I noticed after my first attempts at playing with the
(a) error messages about images not being found (P5 > .docx, also when
uploading a .zip file with image data), and
(b) apparent loss of unordered list layouts (P5>.docx)
Are those known issues, or would a more detailed report help?
I anticipate quite some conversion work for jTEI—this will be a great
help. I may have more detailed feedback once journal submissions start
trickling back to me.
On Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 5:25 PM, Sebastian Rahtz
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I'd be grateful for feedback from people on this list to the trial service
> at http://oxgarage.oucs.ox.ac.uk:8080/ege-webclient/ ; if this is
> successful, we hope to make it available via www.tei-c.org in due course.
> OxGarage is an instance of the ENRICH EGE (http://dl.psnc.pl/software/EGE/index.html,
> and hosted on Sourceforge as enrich-ege), with a variety of enhancements
> and redesign made at Oxford. All parts of it are open source.
> OxGarage mostly converts XML to XML using XSLT; it
> also handles a wide variety of binary formats using OpenOffice. It
> chains conversions together to find a way to convert your start
> format to your target format. It uses the notion of "profiles" to change
> the parameters for each stage - the profiles you see now are ones
> I have made for Oxford.
> OxGarage has a web front end, but is also accessible as a REST web
> OxGarage includes all the transformations which TEI@Oxford
> has worked on, including Word. OpenOffice, and ePub conversion
> of TEI. It also includes most of the ODD-processing capabilities of Roma.
> New transformations can be added rather easily, if the XSLT
> is available.
> **** THIS IS A TEST SERVICE! DO NOT RELY ON IT! ******
> There are links to documentation, sources, capabilities etc at http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/oxgarage/
> Please report your experiences to [log in to unmask], or discuss on TEI-L; no promises
> about support at this point, but we'll do our best.
> Sebastian Rahtz
> Information Manager, Oxford University Computing Services
> 13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN. Phone +44 1865 283431
> Sólo le pido a Dios
> que el futuro no me sea indiferente