TEI Conference and Members Meeting 2013: programme

Dear all,

The programme for the “TEI Conference and Members Meeting 2013 (October 2-5, Rome, Italy) is now available at http://digilab2.let.uniroma1.it/teiconf2013/program/ Continue reading

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TEI P5 2.5.0 Released

Dear TEI Community,

Owing to some minor processing errors that were found after release 2.4.0 we have made a maintenance release today. After a long string of releases made by others outside of Oxford (to help ensure the knowledge of how to make the releases becomes inculcated in the community), for this minor maintenance release it was decided that University of Oxford’s Sebastian Rahtz would be the release technician for TEI P5 version 2.5.0 (Codename: Opération ‘de Gaulle’). Continue reading

Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network (DiXiT)

Dear TEI Community,

I am delighted to announce that the Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network (DiXiT) has been awarded a multi-million Euro European grant for investigating the creation and publication of digital scholarly editions. The TEI Consortium was involved in and supported this application and I am proud for the TEI to have been included in such an outstanding group of partners. Continue reading

TEI Conference 2013: online registration opened

Dear TEI-L members,

we are pleased to announce that online registration for the TEI
Conference and Members meeting 2013 has now opened. This year’s TEI
Conference is hosted at the University of Roma La Sapienza, Italy,
with the support of AIUCD (Italian Association for Humanities
Computing and Digital Cultures) and will take place from from 2 to 5
October. As usual the Conference is preceded by three days of
workshops and tutorials from September 29 to October 2.

This year’s theme is: The Linked TEI: Text Encoding in the Web. The
programme includes keynote lectures by Allen Renear (professor and
interim Dean at GSLIS) and Marie-Luce Demonet (professor of French
Renaissance literature and director of the Maison des Sciences de
l’Homme Val de Loire), parallel sessions of papers, the annual TEI
business meeting, a poster session/tools demonstration and slam, and
special interest group (SIG) meetings. Details about the programme, as
well as infos about accommodation and local attractions are available
in the Conference website at
http://digilab2.let.uniroma1.it/teiconf2013/.

The rates and the online registration facilities are available at

http://digilab2.let.uniroma1.it/teiconf2013/registration/

We hope to meet you all in Rome!

Cordially,

Fabio Ciotti & Gianfranco Crupi

Local organizers TEI Conference 2013

Issue 5 of the Journal of the TEI published: TEI Infrastructures

I am delighted to announce the publication of Issue 5 of the Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative Initiative. This special issues on TEI Infrastructures was guest edited by Tobias Blanke and Laurent Romary.

The issue contains six articles that deals with the TEI as infrastructure from several different perspectives:

* PhiloLogic4: An Abstract TEI Query System by Timothy Allen, Clovis Gladstone, and Richard Whaling;
* TAPAS: Building a TEI Publishing and Repository Service by Julia Flanders and Scott Hamlin;
* Islandora and TEI: Current and Emerging Applications/Approaches by Kirsta Stapelfeldt and Donald Moses;
* TEI and Project Bamboo by Quinn Dombrowski and Seth Denbo;
* TextGrid, TEXTvre, and DARIAH: Sustainability of Infrastructures for Textual Scholarship by Mark Hedges, Heike Neuroth, Kathleen M. Smith, Tobias Blanke, Laurent Romary, Marc Küster, and Malcolm Illingworth;
* The Evolution of the Text Encoding Initiative: From Research Project to Research Infrastructure by Lou Burnard

I would also like to publicly thank Kevin Hawkins, who has fulfilled his term of office and has stepped down as the Journal’s founding Managing Editor. Kevin’s editorial acumen, skill in establishing workflows and processes, attention to detail, and knowledge of the TEI was instrumental in establishing the journal.

I would also like to welcome Martin Holmes as the new Managing Editor. Martin began taking over Kevin’s responsibilities with this issue and I have no doubt that he will build on Kevin’s excellent work.

This is also a reminder that Issue 7 is the Journal’s first open call for articles. Articles are due 28 October, so if you were wondering what you might do over your summer holidays, this may just be the project! Details here: http://journal.tei-c.org/journal/index

Susan Schreibman
Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of the TEI
http://jtei.revues.org/