[oXygen-sdk] HisTEI: An Oxygen framework for historical documents encoded in TEI

Oxygen XML Editor Support (Radu Coravu)
Tue Nov 4 01:05:23 CST 2014

Hi Mike,

Thanks for sharing this with us.

I always wanted to make a list with separate projects which develop 
Oxygen plugins or frameworks, I found some time today and also listed 
your plugin in the list:

> http://blog.oxygenxml.com/2014/11/public-hosted-oxygen-plugin-and.html

Maybe you should also advertise it on the TEI users list, I'm not sure 
how many TEI users are registered on the Oxygen SDK list which is more 
of a Java-API developer-oriented list.


Radu Coravu
<oXygen/>  XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger

On 11/3/2014 4:27 PM, Mike Olson wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just wanted to let everyone know about a new framework we've been
> working on for Oxygen called HisTEI (i.e. Historical TEI). It's aimed at
> making historical documents easier to transcribe using TEI in the Oxygen
> Author view. The idea is that this view is much easier for typical
> Humanities researchers to use.
> The project is still in its infancy, but the framework is already being
> used by several projects working with historical linguistic corpora. The
> framework is completely open source (MIT license) and available on GitHub:
> https://github.com/odaata/HisTEI
> For installation instructions, check out the Wiki on GitHub. You can use
> the base framework (called HisTEI) to try it out. We are happy to help
> create a specific framework for your project as well.
> We warmly welcome any new participants on the project or any tips that
> might improve what we have already!
> Cheers,
> Mike Olson
> Utrecht University
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