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This "git-hub" seems to be the coming thing. There's also
https://github.com/StanfordUniversityLibraries/ap_tei
and https://github.com/iulibdcs/tei_text
for example.


On 06/11/13 15:58, James Cummings wrote:
> Hi Hugh,
>
> Could you add a link to it to the existing Samples page at:
> http://wiki.tei-c.org/index.php/Samples
>
> Many thanks,
>
> -James
>
> On 06/11/13 15:49, Hugh Cayless wrote:
>> Yesterday, a few of us at the Speaking in Code conference
>> (http://codespeak.scholarslab.org/) did a thing. There have been
>> discussions, on and off, over the years about the TEI creating a
>> repository of examples, and we thought "why not just do this on
>> Github?"
>>
>> So we did. We gathered some examples and posted them at
>> https://github.com/TEI-examples/tei-examples
>>
>> This is the product of less than an hour's work by Doug Reside,
>> Nick Laiacona, and me, so I hesitate a little even to draw
>> attention to it. It might take off as a community-curated set of
>> example documents, or it might be ignored and die of neglect :-).
>> I have some questions:
>>
>> Do people think this is useful?
>>
>> How should it be cataloged?
>>
>> How should examples be dealt with? We have both wholesale ingest
>> of a project's output and selected examples; I'm sort of inclined
>> to put wholesale imports into their own, parallel repositories,
>> and only have cherry-picked examples in the "tei-examples" repo.
>>
>> Any thoughts? Anyone else want to be involved?
>>
>> All the best,
>> Hugh
>>
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