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TEI by example teibyexample.org is looking for new members of the International Advisory Committee, a voluntary role, where you would be expected to contribute only a few hours per year. cdcs.ed.ac.uk/news/upgrade-tei

SchXslt maintenance release: v1.4.7 fixes a bug causing SchXslt to fail generating the validation stylesheet if an abstract pattern parameter replacement value contained a literal backslash. github.com/schxslt/schxslt/rel

Version 2020.08 des Hamburg Open Science Schaufensters veröffentlicht. Liste mit den wichtigsten Verbesserungen unter openscience.hamburg.de/de/rele

Today I Learned: The @‍match attribute of an XSLT 1.0 template rule cannot contain a reference to a variable. github.com/schxslt/schxslt/iss

Version 2020.07 des Hamburg Open Science Schaufensters veröffentlicht. Liste mit den wichtigsten Verbesserungen unter openscience.hamburg.de/de/rele

That’s really helpful: Persona profiles highlighting common barriers users face when accessing digital services. gov.uk/government/publications Thanks @barefootliam!

Madeleine Rothberg on “Accessibility metadata statements” – From the presentation, the paper will be worth a read. Are there fields to record accessibility statements in german cataloging rules? doi.org/10.4242/BalisageVol25.

Fwd: @OyaRieger@twitter.com via @WagnerCosima@twitter.com: “while billions are being spent on subscriptions .. hardly anything is spent on the kind of infrastructure that is crucial for our work: databases, code-sharing sites, etc.” Scholarly Publishing Has Bigger Fish to Fry Than Access t.co/rEuogGBnUw via @TheWireScience@twitter.com

SchXslt maintenance release: v1.4.6 fixes a severe bug causing validation to fail when a pattern declared more than one variable. Available at Github or Maven Central. github.com/schxslt/schxslt/rel

The series of webinars finished with Q&A session about XProc. Thanks to @MarkupUKorg for organizing! In case you missed: All webinars available at @MarkupUKorg’s YouTube channel: youtube.com/channel/UCfkaCkNpK

Version 2020.06 des Hamburg Open Science Schaufensters veröffentlicht. Diesmal hat sich viel bei den Mediatheken von @HFBKHamburg, @HfMT_Hamburg und @Lecture2Go getan. Liste mit den wichtigsten Verbesserungen openscience.hamburg.de/de/rele

Webinar zu XQuery am 25.06.2020: XQuery is the Plumber's Toolkit! Adam Retter looks at using XQuery as a data integration language. Adam will demonstrate how to aggregate Document, Graph, and Relational data using XQuery to produce new information.

markupuk.org/schedule.html

It just occurred to me that Balisage 2020 will happen in a little more than one month. Looking forward to it!

Aufzeichnung des Webinars "Schematron report customization" ist jetzt auch online: youtube.com/watch?v=V5M_mRLoy8

Today I Learned: You can select the Schematron validation phase with the xml-model processing instruction. It has a pseudo-attribute @phase that “gives the phase name of the validation function for use”.

I will talk about Schematron validation report customization on June, 10th in one of the free webinars offered by @MarkupUKorg. markupuk.org/schedule.html

Neue Version des Hamburg Open Science Schaufenters veröffentlicht: openscience.hamburg.de – Neu hinzugekommen ist die Möglichkeit, in der Suche nach Medientypen (DataCite-Vokabular) zu filtern. Außerdem wurden die Publikationen von @hh_OpenScience als Quelle ergänzt.

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