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If I download all of these and convert them to some kind of standard
format, is there someplace I can put the data when I'm done so the next
person doesn't have to knit it by hand? Maybe http://www.tei-c.org/Vault/ ?

cheers
stuart


On Thu, Nov 28, 2013 at 8:45 AM, ron.vandenbranden <
[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> On 27/11/2013 19:23, Janusz S. Bien wrote:
>
>> Quote/Cytat - Stuart Yeates <[log in to unmask]> (Wed 27 Nov 2013
>> 06:54:13 PM CET):
>>
>> I was using LISTSERV on PLEARN about 15 year ago. If I remember well, it
>> was possible to request the archive files using the mail commands. Perhaps
>> this feature is still available.
>>
>>
>>
> A couple of years ago I have downloaded the TEI-L archive to import it in
> the nabble and markmail services. You can only get it in chunks of one
> month, by sending the GET command to [log in to unmask], with
> following arguments:
>     -TEI-L (the list name)
>     -LOGYYMM, with YY and MM being two digits for the required year and
> month respectively.
>
> For example, in order to get a copy of the TEI-L archives for 1999, send
> an email to [log in to unmask] containing following commands:
>
>         GET TEI-L         LOG9901
>         GET TEI-L         LOG9902
>         GET TEI-L         LOG9903
>         GET TEI-L         LOG9904
>         GET TEI-L         LOG9905
>         GET TEI-L         LOG9906
>         GET TEI-L         LOG9907
>         GET TEI-L         LOG9908
>         GET TEI-L         LOG9909
>         GET TEI-L         LOG9910
>         GET TEI-L         LOG9911
>         GET TEI-L         LOG9912
>
> Listserv will send you a separate email per command (containing a copy of
> the messages sent to TEI-L that month).
>
> Complete information can be found at <http://www.lsoft.com/manuals/
> 16.0/htmlhelp/list%20subscribers/LSCommands.html>.
>
> Hope this helps,
>
> Ron
>