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In any case, it is essential to recognize in-kind contribution of institutions (recognition of man-days spent, travel funding) as part of the membership scheme of the TEI-C. A way to acknowledge the variety of regional specificities around the world.

Le 21 août 2011 à 17:06, Sebastian Rahtz a écrit :

On a related topic, there does seem to be a considerable and deep division between those who think that the TEI should raise money to pay for travel and expenses of Council and Board members to attend meetings, and those who think that people who want to work on standards will get support from their business or academic organisation. It's hard to resolve, but it has to resolved going forward, as its a considerable part of what the arguments are about.

Laurent Romary
INRIA & HUB-IDSL
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