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The following documents are now available on the TEI-L fileserver:
 
 *  TEI TR9 M8: Minutes of the Bergen Meeting, 18-20 September 1992
 
 *  TEI TR9 M2 FR: Minutes of the Louvain-La-Neuve Meeting (in French)
                 26-27 October 1991
 
 *  TEI TR9 M2 EN: Minutes of the Louvain-La-Neuve Meeting (in English)
                 26-27 October 1991
 
 *  TEI TR9 W4: Diplomatic Transcription of Modern Manuscripts (by Claus
               Huitfeldt) 8 November 1991
 
               This paper was prepared by Professor Huitfeldt for
               a meeting of TEI work group and working committee
               chairs called to integrate the material prepared for
               TEI P2, the second version of the TEI Guidelines, through
               November, 1991.
 
               In this paper, Professor Huitfeldt draws upon his
               experience at the Wittgenstein Archives to
               identify features of modern manuscripts an
               encoding scheme must consider, including pages and
               pagination, spacing, sections and sentences,
               readability, marginal marks and lines, underlining,
               and other features.
 
Wendy Plotkin
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These papers may be obtained from the TEI-L Fileserver by sending a
note to Listserv@UICVM or [log in to unmask] with no subject, and
the following message line(s):
 
      Get TR9M8 XXX
      Get TR2M2EN XXX
      Get TR9W4 YYYY
 
where "XXX" and "YYYY" are the filetypes available.  The most
recent minutes (TR9M8) are available in Postscript (PS),
ASCII (Doc), and an intermediate TEI mark-up scheme (P2X).
The other documents are available only in ASCII format (Doc).
 
Thus, a typical message to Listserv might read as follows:
 
     Get TR9M8 PS
     Get TR9W4 Doc
 
 
OBTAINING TEI TR9M8 VIA FTP FROM ENGLAND
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The most recent minutes -- TR9M8 --  may also be obtained by FTP from
the SGML Project at the University of Exeter in England.
 
To obtain them via anonymous FTP from Exeter, your computer system must
be on the InterNet.  If it is, you should be able to give the command
 
    FTP sgml1.ex.ac.uk  or  FTP 144.173.6.61
 
This will connect you to the Exeter SGMLbox.  In reponse to the User
prompt, enter "anonymous" (or "ftp"), as with other anonymous FTP ser-
vers.  You will be asked for a password: please supply your full e-mail
address.  Once connected, type the following commands:
 
    cd  /tei/tech
    get tr9m8.xxx
 
(where xxx is the filetype as mentioned above; note however that the
filename must be given in all lower-case letters -- p2x, doc, ps)
 
If you have any trouble receiving these documents, please contact me
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