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2013 January 8

Github’s Octocat

I’ve uploaded the Tarlton’s Witty Jests XML file at github. You can view (and hopefully collaborate on) it here:

In my usual fashion I’ve set up the github repository without imposing too much structure onto it. Full disclosure: I’m not exactly sure what type of structure it requires. As you’ll see, I haven’t even completed basic mark-up on the file. I’m waiting to upload the City and Country jest files until I’ve done some basic TEI structural work. Jump in and play if you’re so inclined!

A preliminary list of tags that I’ve been using can be found on the project wiki. Feel free to add to them.

So here goes. Let’s see what happens now.

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