Is this TEIpublisher the same one as located here:
Southern Methodist University, Central University Libraries
Digital Content Manager, Systems/CUL Information Support Services
PO Box 750135
Dallas, TX 75275-0135
E-mail: [log in to unmask] http://people.smu.edu/dmoser
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At 9/02/05 07:56, "Daniel Pitti" <[log in to unmask]> sent me the following
bit of text:
> I think it probably can, but it is rather complicated to install. You would
> need some help from systems experts, and even then they might not know
> exactly what you need.
> What you might consider is seeing if your library would fund a consultant
> to come in an set up a fairly straightforward open source publishing system
> for you. Depending on what you want, you might be able to do this for as
> little as $1000 plus travel expenses.
> Another option is that a very good friend of mine is now Assistant Dean of
> the Library for digital stuff at UM. A colleague of hers has put together
> an open source xml publishing tool called, for now, TEIpublisher. They are
> also using it for EAD. I'll contact her to see if she might be able to help
> someone on a sister campus.
> At 01:48 PM 2/8/2005, you wrote:
>> Truly yours,
>> Lois Peterson
>> Frederick Douglass Library
>> University of Maryland Eastern Shore
>> Princess Anne, MD 21853
>> I still don't have much money to purchase anything like Xmetal or other
>> parsers (?), but I ran across "Sleepycat" that comes out of Berkeley and
>> an open source. Apparently it was done by Michael Olson.
>> Do you think it capable of handling the EAD material easily?
>> Lois Peterson
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