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Lou Burnard a écrit :
> Bertrand Gaiffe and Matthieu Quignard in Nancy have also done some 
> useful work in this area: I have a copy of a presentation they gave at 
> the recent CatCod conference which contains several concrete proposals 
> (it's in French though).  I believe they have already discussed with 
> Thomas and others the idea of setting up a SIG to work on this and other 
> aspects of the current TEI proposals for encoding spoken materials. 
> Bertrand ? Serge?
> 

Yes, I just resent a mail to susan proposing the creation of such a SIG 
(I hope it worked this time) . I am glad to see that over people would 
probably join us.

	Bertrand

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> Thomas Schmidt
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> grMcAulay, Elizabeth wrote:
>> Dear Greg,
>>
>> I, too, was looking for similar examples a while ago. We're proceeding
>> with a method for oral histories that's preliminarily documented on the
>> following website:
>>
>> http://oralhistory.library.ucla.edu/technology
>>
>> I'd be interested in knowing what approach you're considering and what
>> type of material you're working with.
>> Best,
>> Lisa
>>
>>
>> Elizabeth "Lisa" McAulay
>> Librarian for Digital Collection Development
>> Digital Library Program
>> UCLA Library
>> 390 Powell Library Building
>> Box 957201
>> Los Angeles, CA 90095-7201
>> (310) 825-7657
>> email: [log in to unmask]
>>
>>
>>  
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) public discussion list
>>> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Bernd Moos
>>> Sent: Tuesday, January 06, 2009 8:34 AM
>>> To: [log in to unmask]
>>> Subject: Re: Synchronizing a TEI transcription to an audio recording
>>>
>>> Dear Greg,
>>>
>>> I've discussed various options for TEI-encoding of temporal relations
>>> in
>>>
>>> Schmidt, T. (2005) Time-based data models and the Text Encoding
>>> Initiative's guidelines for transcription of speech. In: Arbeiten zur
>>> Mehrsprachigkeit, Folge B (62).
>>> [http://www1.uni-hamburg.de/exmaralda/files/SFB_AzM62.pdf]
>>>
>>> You may also be interested in the demo at
>>>
>>> http://www1.uni-
>>>
>>>     
>> hamburg.de/exmaralda/files/demokorpus/PaulMcCartney/presentation/PaulMc
>>  
>>> Cartney_head.html
>>>
>>> - Thomas
>>>
>>>
>>> On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 5:09 PM, Greg Murray <[log in to unmask]>
>>>     
>> wrote:
>>  
>>>> The TEI Guidelines have an entire chapter devoted to transcribing
>>>>       
>>> speech,
>>>    
>>>> but the subject of synchronizing that transcription to a
>>>>       
>>> corresponding
>>>    
>>>> digital audio recording is presumably outside the scope of the
>>>>       
>>> Guidelines,
>>>    
>>>> so understandably I can find only one brief mention, near the end of
>>>>       
>>> this
>>>    
>>>> section:
>>>>
>>>> http://www.tei-c.org/release/doc/tei-p5-doc/html/SA.html#SASYMP
>>>>
>>>> That example shows SMIL markup providing anchors to specific points
>>>>       
>>> in the
>>>    
>>>> audio, while TEI <link targets="..."> markup is used to point to
>>>>       
>>> those
>>>    
>>>> anchors.
>>>>
>>>> Can anyone offer further info, or other suggestions? Or perhaps even
>>>>       
>>> point
>>>    
>>>> me to documentation (best practices recommendations, local markup
>>>> guidelines, etc.)?
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> Greg Murray
>>>> University of Virginia Library
>>>>
>>>>       
>>>
>>> -- 
>>> Thomas Schmidt
>>> SFB 538 'Mehrsprachigkeit'
>>> Max Brauer-Allee 60
>>> 22765 Hamburg
>>> Tel.: (040) 42838-6425
>>> Fax.: (040) 42838-6116
>>> http://www.exmaralda.org
>>> http://www.kicktionary.de
>>>     
> 
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