Hi James, I wasn't referring to your entirely reasonable request at all. My only hesitation is that if this is unwelcome and/or ephemeral, adding it might not be smart. Maybe I'll let it sit for a couple of days and see if it still seems like a good idea :-)
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> On Nov 7, 2013, at 10:01, James Cummings <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi Hugh and others,
> I certainly don't think the wiki is a _better_ way to do this, I just ask (since there is a list of samples already there that people may come ) that we also link to your (entirely worthwhile) endeavour on the wiki page as well.
>> On 07/11/13 14:51, Hugh Cayless wrote:
>> That’s a terrific list. Mind if I plagiarize it a bit?
>> I will note in passing that we were able to do this because those
>> projects license their content in such a way that we can (CC-BY
>> or similar). There are TEI projects out there, even exposing
>> their source code, which we can’t re-host in this way.
>> On Nov 6, 2013, at 20:35 , Stuart A. Yeates <[log in to unmask]
>> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>>> I have a similar thing at
>>> https://github.com/stuartyeates/sampler which is just CSVs of
>>> URIs to TEI files.
>>> On Thu, Nov 7, 2013 at 4:49 AM, Hugh Cayless
>>> <[log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>>> Yesterday, a few of us at the Speaking in Code conference
>>> (http://codespeak.scholarslab.org/) did a thing. There have
>>> been discussions, on and off, over the years about the TEI
>>> creating a repository of examples, and we thought "why not
>>> just do this on Github?"
>>> So we did. We gathered some examples and posted them at
>>> This is the product of less than an hour's work by Doug
>>> Reside, Nick Laiacona, and me, so I hesitate a little even
>>> to draw attention to it. It might take off as a
>>> community-curated set of example documents, or it might be
>>> ignored and die of neglect :-). I have some questions:
>>> Do people think this is useful?
>>> How should it be cataloged?
>>> How should examples be dealt with? We have both wholesale
>>> ingest of a project's output and selected examples; I'm
>>> sort of inclined to put wholesale imports into their own,
>>> parallel repositories, and only have cherry-picked examples
>>> in the "tei-examples" repo.
>>> Any thoughts? Anyone else want to be involved?
>>> All the best,
> Dr James Cummings, [log in to unmask]
> Academic IT Services, University of Oxford