You might cross-check the great source of knowledge, Robin Cover, who
is--I think--also responsible for academia, cf.:

also, wider view:

John Robert Gardner
Emory University
"If there is something you're thinking of doing, or wish you could do,
begin it.  In boldness there is mystery and power . . . . "  -Goethe

On Wed, 5 Apr 2000, A.H. van der Weel wrote:

> Dear list members,
> A colleague in the Arts faculty has approached me with a propossal to
> create a digital version of Lambert ten Kate's 2-volume descriptive
> grammar and etymological dictionary of Dutch, _Aenleiding tot de kennis
> van het verhevene deel der Nederduitsche sprake_ of 1723, an important
> work for linguistic historiography used by, among others, Jacob Grimm.
> The list of TEI projects on the "old" server lists dictionary projects.
> Does anyone know of a project involving descriptive (preferably
> historic) linguistic sources such as this?
> Thanks very much,
> Adriaan van der Weel
> Chairman, Leiden Centre for the Book
> Coordinator Electronic Text Centre Leiden
> Coordinator Book and Publishing Studies, Dept of English
> University of Leiden
> PO Box 9515, 2300 RA Leiden, Netherlands
> Tel. +31 71 5272141/2144. Fax 2149