There are also plans to include the RSS feed from Sourceforge of
recent changes in the TEI-C website in some form.
This RSS feed of last ten changes is available at:
The feature request for this improvement in the website is:
We are going to have a development period in August sometime
where we attempt to deal with FRs/Bugs to do with the TEI
website, so please feel free to add them to the appropriate
tracker on sourceforge with the category 'TEI: Website Suggestion'.
On 06/06/11 06:08, Laurent Romary wrote:
> The main tool for tracking the TEI technical activity is sourceforge (see http://tei.sourceforge.net/) where all feature requests and bug reports are filed and discussed. It is available for anyone to suggest improvment to the TEI infrastructure and to react to open tickets.
> Le 6 juin 2011 à 06:37, Conal Tuohy a écrit :
>> On 31/05/11 20:13, Torsten Schassan wrote:
>>>> I may reflect the strategy of the council to avoid over generalization when we do not have a clear request from the community.
>>> Did "the community" know about the discussions going on in the council? What are (or should be) the ways of communication for such issues? I have to admit that I don't consult the tickets on sourceforge on a regular basis.
>> Only TEI Council members may subscribe to the Council mail-list, but non-members of the Council can view the archives of the list and keep up to date with a particular discussion (assuming you know that discussion is going on!)
Dr James Cummings, InfoDev,
Computing Services, University of Oxford