Plus the TEI wiki, with a slightly wider range of examples, in situ (=
not duplicated, which may cause curation nightmares).
On 11/06/2013 04:53 PM, O'Donnell, Dan wrote:
> Hi Hugh,
> Do you know about Edward and Mel's TEI by example project? It has a
> similar idea behind it, but doesn't use github as a platform. I wonder
> if there might not be synergies.
> Sent from my phone using swipe typographical error production technology.
> Daniel Paul O'Donnell
> Department of English
> University of Lethbridge
> -------- Original message --------
> From: Hugh Cayless <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: 2013-11-06 08:49 (GMT-07:00)
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> Subject: TEI Examples
> 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,