> There will always be students who want out-of-the-box pre-digested
> solutions of course, and there's nothing wrong with providing those by
> whatever means. But if the TEI did that and nothing else it would not be
> a very interesting or long lived initiative.
There is something Christian here, like if all long lived things should
be mysteries. There are other kind of interesting "initiative", like
multiplication, wood, a dog, or the alphabet. TEI could also be a
language, evident like talking, and a very complex problem when we have
time to think about, like talking.