The beta version of the EAD3 Cookbook EAD3 to PDF transformation
stylesheet, created by Michael Fox, has been added to the EAD
Roundtable's Github repository. We invite you to download it, fork the
repository, and otherwise provide feedback to help make this an even
more useful tool for the community at large.
1. This is no more than a beta version. Considerable testing against
the encoding of others is needed.
2. I have tried to be consistent as far as possible with the
presentation of the stylesheets from the two versions of the EAD
Cookbook. Of course, this is still only my take on presentation and
hardly the final word. De gustibus non est disputandum.
3. I welcome all comments, criticisms, accolades, awards, stipends, etc.
4. The next step is to convert the XSL:FO syntax to HTML/CSS to
create an EAD3 to HTML stylesheet.
There are further comments at the beginning of the stylesheet.
Additionally, I took this opportunity to create a specific repository
for EAD3 stylesheets and other tools you may devise. Your
contributions will help other archivists avoid reinventing the wheel.
We still have the original EAD stylesheet repository which is
restricted to 2002 stylesheets. Because of the naming conventions used
in folders there, I didn't wish to create confusion by mixing in EAD3
Ruth Kitchin Tillman
EAD RT co-chair
Cadence Group at NASA Goddard
http://eadiva.com | http://ruthtillman.com/ | @ruthbrarian