[xquery-talk] why do you care what other people think ?

Markus Flatscher markus.flatscher at virginia.edu
Mon May 20 09:51:20 PDT 2013


the yearly Digital Humanities Summer School in Oxford has a technical 
and hands-on focus on matters of XML-based text encoding and 
-transformation. They also have a dedicated Linked Data workshop this 
year (July)—although nothing specifically targeted at xQuery, so 
apologies if off-topic:



On 5/20/13 10:08 AM, David Sewell wrote:
> Jim,
> The best two websites for general information on DH 
> organizations/events are probably:
> http://adho.org/
> http://dh2013.unl.edu/
> Also, the people within the DH community who are most interested in 
> XML from a theoretical perspective can usually be found at the 
> Balisage meetings: http://www.balisage.net/.
> David
> On Mon, 20 May 2013, James Fuller wrote:
>> Hello David,
>> On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 3:46 PM, David Sewell <dsewell at virginia.edu> 
>> wrote:
>> ...
>>> the oXygen editor/IDE). Even if the community of users is small by
>>> comparison with Javascript or Perl or whatever, the impact of 
>>> projects that
>>> rely on XQuery is, I suspect, much greater than people realize.
>> Great to confirm Uche's reliable instincts.
>> Wondering what are the top venues (conferences, training, etc) where
>> digital humanities folk 'live' ?
>> I would also be interested in hearing what kind of problems these
>> folks are trying to solve.
>> thx, Jim

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