I haven't yet looked at the 2002 release. Let me know if you intend to
move to it and want changes in the encoding, or if there's any
necessary revisions of existing SGML documents I can assist with.
hope you have a wonderful, joyful, and peaceful Christmastide,
On Friday, December 20, 2002, at 12:56 PM, Robin Cover wrote:
> "US Library of Congress Releases Encoded Archival
> Description DTD Version 2002"
> I said "at least 75" institutions were using EAD, but I
> suspect that's a low number. If anyone has a current
> count or estimate, please let me know.
> Robin Cover
> XML Cover Pages
> WWW: http://xml.coverpages.org
> Newsletter: http://xml.coverpages.org/newsletter.html
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