Read the blog version of this talk: here.
List of Links for Part II of Talk:
- Shared Google Drive folder with sub-folders for data, edited content, guidelines, and our sub-projects, like the mapping project. There are many aspects of Google Drive that make me regret the decision to use it for our files.
- Transcription Guidelines, with editing transcription data guidelines at the end of the file
- Transcription Editing Guidelines
- [We have a somewhat abandoned Basecamp account on the CU Boulder server … I was the only one who used it for a while because I liked the to-do lists and the wiki]
- We use annotated PDF pages to organize our transcriptions by page number and line number.
- Sources frequently used to help us decipher the ms:
- the full ms page images in LUNA,
- Sotheby’s catalog online and in hard copy,
- The Orlando Project,
- Women Writers Online
- U of Oxford Text Archive (OTA) / EEBO, ECCO, and Evans–TCP
- Internet Archive
- Google Books
For Interlines: Ms Page 18
Example of “Cookie” deep encoding person data from Robert Bloomfield Letters. HINT: Look at the TEI that is accessible on both of these pages.
- Letter: http://www.rc.umd.edu/editions/bloomfield_letters/HTML/letterEEd.25.26.html
- Personography: http://www.rc.umd.edu/editions/bloomfield_letters/HTML/people.html#LofftCapel
For Cookie Dough Release:
- Dropbox: XML files as well as the text files the XSLT will produce.
- Products of the XSLT in Dropbox: the text files and the XML file