On 27/06/12 14:10, Florian Willems wrote:
>> It’s been a bit over a year since the last TEI& Drupal
>> thread, so I thought I’d check to see if there are any new
>> examples of people using Drupal for the back-end of their
>> TEI projects?
> the DARE uses Drupal as a container CMS for a TEI-based
> edition system:<http://dare.uni-koeln.de/>. We're currently
> planning to integrate WissKI (<http://wiss-ki.eu/>), and we're
> working on modularizing our edition environment, so that it
> should work for other editions too. All our code is LGPL, so
> sharing would be no problem whatsoever.
We've used TEI and Drupal in a number of projects, but in those
cases it has been TEI as a container for information which is
then sucked into Drupal using the Feeds module. So the TEI is
not preserved/modified in Drupal, just a container for static xml
used to generate indexes, content pages, etc.
Dr James Cummings, InfoDev,
OUCS, University of Oxford