I was surprised to see your post on the EAD listserv -- we had Anselm
Spoerri's Multimedia class together last spring.
Did you graduate from SCILS? I ask because I am now co-president of SOURCE
(http://scils.rutgers.edu/~source/) and we are looking for recent graduates
who are currently working in some archival related field to join a panel.
We may have too many people on the one for this spring, but I'm sure we'll
do this again next year. Would you be interested?
The fact that you are working with EAD is exciting, too. I am doing an
Independent Study with Tom Frusciano this semester, as well as taking his
Manuscripts & Archives course. Did you take this?
Look forward to hearing from you.
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From: Stanislav Pejsa [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Wednesday, March 12, 2003 11:49 AM
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Subject: latin-2 characters
Moving on to ead version 2002 we have not experienced any major problems,
however, our X Metal 2 refuses to validate the Latin-2 characters. It
declares them referenced, but not defined (i.e. "scaron"). I refreshed all
the files in related_optinal folder with the entity definitions that is
part of the ead2002 file, but without success. The characters were accepted
in the version 1.0 without problems. Does anybody have any suggestions?
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