Omitted, owing to a slip on my part, from the announcement posted
earlier today was the following information:
Persons in Asia or the western Pacific Rim may find it more convenient
to request fascicles of P2 from Prof. Syun Tutiya of Chiba University,
who is taking responsibility for East Asian distribution of TEI
materials on behalf of the TEI Japan Committee (an independent
organization with the goal of ensuring that East Asian needs,
particularly but not exclusively character-set related) are met by
the TEI Guidelines.
Prof. Tutiya's address is:
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or by regular post:
Department of Philosophy
Faculty of Letters
The TEI Japan Committee is also interested in formulating a common
set of comments from Asian points of view; those interested in having
input to this process should contact Prof. Tutiya. (Comments from
Asia are not required, however, to be addressed to the TEI Japan
Readers in Germany may find it more convenient to acquire fascicles
through the services of the Arbeitskreis TEI-Guideline-Anpassung of the
German Society for Linguistic Data Processing (GLDV) (an independent
organization with the goal of stimulating German discussion of the TEI
Guidelines and ensuring that they meet the needs of German researchers).
Contact Peter Scherber (pscherb@dgogwdg1) or Guenter Koch in Goettingen.
It is not yet clear whether MARKUP-L@DGODWDG1 will mirror all file
formats or not; please be patient while we work these things out.
Apologies to both the TEI Japan Committee and the Arbeitskreis for omitting
to mention their willingness to act as local distribution points for
TEI documents; their work helps reduce our postal costs and load
on the nets, and we appreciate it a lot.