Cheers, Martin -- Martin Holmes University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre (mholmes at uvic.ca) From mholmes at Wed Jun 13 2012 From: mholmes at (Martin Holmes) Date: Wed, -0700 Subject: [tei-council] Location of stuart -- Martin Holmes University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre (mholmes at uvic.ca) From gabriel.bodard at uk Wed Jun 13 2012 From: gabriel.bodard at uk (Gabriel BODARD) Date: Wed, 0100 Subject: [tei-council] Location of For the record, I think I just collect loose apps together in a (or sometimes one per , I think my XSLT doesn't care which). On screen, I think the Libertine is slightly more attractive, but there's not much to choose between them. In-Reply-To: So: do we like Libertine as a replacement for Times New Roman? I suggest some text in the release announcement about this, because I suspect I'm not the only one who rarely or never checks the PDF.
In principle a list App would be useful (although it would only be *nice*, rather than fixing something that's actually broken), although app should of course continue to be available in because we also use them for inline apparatus features. Libertine takes up slightly more space (about one word every three or four lines, I think). Maybe: "From this release the PDF version of the guidelines use a different selection of fonts.
As Lou says, they are (given an expansive definition of 'head'), a kind of heading; or may be regarded as a kind of note; or a stage direction (which is, after all, just a kind of note); or in some cases even a byline -- the last in cases where the performer is regarded as consequential, and parallel to other responsible parties: PROLOGUE Written by Mr. of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI 48109-1190 -------------------------------------------------------------------- From james.cummings at Tue Jun 5 2012 From: james.cummings at (James Cummings) Date: Tue, 0000 Subject: [tei-council] ) -- tei-council mailing list tei-council at lists.village. The page image, for those at ECCO-owning institutions, is on the Gale site at
doc Type=ECCOArticles&doc Level=FASCIMILE&prod Id=ECCO&tab ID=T001&type=multipage&version=1.0&doc Id=CW3307931635&content Set=ECCOArticles&relevance Page Batch=CW107931610&source=gale I'd say: (1) this song is less speech-like than many, and could easily do without the -- a question that has arisen before.
Cheers, Martin -- Martin Holmes University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre (mholmes at uvic.ca) From syeates at Mon Jun 11 2012 From: syeates at (stuart yeates) Date: Mon, 1200 Subject: [tei-council] error in Spec for node?
Message-ID: The spec for node has a remark at the bottom which makes no sense to me as a remark on node. The Times font was developed in the 1930ies to be readable on cheap, stained paper at weak illumination.
-James -- Dr James Cummings, Info Dev, Computing Services, University of Oxford From sebastian.rahtz at Tue Jun 5 2012 From: sebastian.rahtz at (Sebastian Rahtz) Date: Tue, 0000 Subject: [tei-council] EEBO and ECCO to P5 Message-ID: I now have all 42496 texts from EEBO and ECCO in a state where they are valid against a variant of P5.
About 2000 of these are NOT valid against tei_all, for one or more of the reasons listed below.
-- Sebastian Rahtz Head of Information and Support Group Oxford University Computing Services 13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN.
Obviously, I'd be really really keen to see if we can resolve these remaining things in time for the TCP conference in September, but that may be a big ask.
The rather hard task is to review the changes I am doing in tcp2and see if any of them are Wrong.
When I get a moment, I'll try to summarize all this on the ticket.
I pointed Joe, who reported the problem, at the ticket so he could see how we dealt with it.