[open-literature] Open Correspondence notes and queries
jonathan.gray at okfn.org
Wed May 4 17:13:54 UTC 2011
Really look forward to reading this Iain!
Lucy: are you able to give Iain an account on notebook.okfn.org?
On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 5:53 PM, print.crimes
<print.crimes at yatterings.com> wrote:
> :-) Ta.
> Perhaps a work in progress post could be written? I'll try to get something
> written up and send it over to you for Sunday at the latest.
> I'll keep some of it for a hoped for longer post for the OKFN blog when I've
> done some more work on it.
> On 04/05/2011 00:29, Jonathan Gray wrote:
>> Amazing work Iain! :-)
>> Really looking to hearing more about this...
>> Wonder if you'd be also willing to put these updates on
>> http://notebook.okfn.org/ ?
>> On Mon, May 2, 2011 at 9:48 PM, print.crimes
>> <print.crimes at yatterings.com> wrote:
>>> I've made some more minor updates to Open Correspondence, mainly on
>>> to being the XML more towards TEI conformance, which are now posted.
>>> An example being:
>>> I think I've got it somewhere in the same ball park but is there any one
>>> the list who can help with getting this to conformance, or who also
>>> understands the ODD to create an xsd to validate the Open Correspondence
>>> schema as I know I'm going round in circles with it at the moment? I've
>>> been reading the online manual but if there is someone who can point me
>>> the right direction or answer some questions about it...
>>> The XML endpoint still needs work to it and also to its loading (for some
>>> reason the import is failing and OFS is not being recognised on the
>>> but it appears to have been installed).
>>> I've also started work on a toolkit based on some of Jonathan Gray's
>>> questions posted on his blog and am using these to work on visualisation
>>> data issues and queries. So far I'm looking at the who wrote to whom, the
>>> date ranges of letters to a particular author and which tests where
>>> mentioned to a particular author (if known). I'll past code once I've got
>>> further than some quick hacks.
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