After some encouraging conversations following the TEI conference in Paderborn, I readied myself to offer consulting and training for digital humanists and librarians as a side business.

  • XML for Digital Humanists (XML, XSLT, ISO Schematron, RELAX NG, TEI ODD)
  • Processing and publishing library data (MARC, PICA, MODS, LIDO et al.)
  • Building and maintaining XML-based workflows
  • Developing custom solutions (modules) for VuFind®-based discovery systems
  • Salvaging DH projects that are in the danger of going awry

Feel free to get in touch!

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if you happen to be in Hamburg next week and want some grassroots event you should come to the bridge across the Bille https://www.google.com/maps/place/53%C2%B029'48.3%22N+10%C2%B014'09.0%22E/@53.4967432,10.2332651,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m4!3m3!8m2!3d53.49674!4d10.23584?authuser=0&entry=ttu on Tuesday, 21st at 19:00. A cozy outdoor tango organized by https://www.tangomitangela.de

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Sigh That's Crossref DOI Submission XML for you: The person_name element MUST have a surname element. It also may have a @name-style attribute with the value of 'given-only'.

I think Crossref DOI Submission XML is a good example of a grown vs. designed document model.

A minor update to Dehmel Digital https://dehmel-digital.de and now you can search the full text of the letters in correspSearch. Give it a try: https://correspsearch.net/en/search.html?q=Reisemarschall&x=1&w=0

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