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I like the logo idea, but I'd like it even better if there was a logo 
meaning "encoded with TEI" -- in other words, showing that the site uses 
TEI, but without implying that it's in some way endorsed by the 
organization. Perhaps such a thing exists already?

Cheers,
Martin

Barry Cornelius wrote:
> On Fri, 5 May 2006, Martin Holmes wrote:
>> IMHO, the single most significant thing we could all do to encourage 
>> the use of TEI is to make sure that in every project we do with TEI 
>> where materials are available online, the TEI XML is also available 
>> for view. ...
> 
> This sounds good to me.
> 
> You might also want to consider make it easier for people to find out 
> about TEI.  So, you could also add a sentence like:
>    This web site is coded using an XML language called TEI.
> and have a link to www.tei-c.org and use a logo like:
>    http://www.tei-c.org/logos/TEI-175.jpg
> If each TEI-coded site did this, ...
> 
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