TeiPublisher

April 3rd, 2005 by Ross Scaife

An encouraging message about a new publishing framework for TEI-XML documents on the TEI list yesterday:

We are delighted to announce a beta release of teiPublisher, an extensible, modular and configurable xml-based repository.

teiPublisher was developed to bridge the gap between having a collection of structured documents that are posted on the Web as static HTML or XML pages, and having a functional digital repository. This is being done by providing the tools to manage an XML-based repository which will make available, search, and browse documents encoded according to any XML DTD.

teiPublisher was designed to provide the administrative tools to help repository administrators with limited technical knowledge manage their digital collections. Building on Lucene, an indexing tool, and the native XML database eXist, the application provides a range of administrative functions crucial to maintaining a web-assessable digital repository.

For more information about teiPublisher, as well as download instructions, please visit our website http://teipublisher.sf.net/

As this is a beta release of the software, we are especially interested in your feedback (detailed instructions for feedback can be found on our download page). This is an open source project hosted by SourceForge.

On behalf of the teiPublisher development team,

Amit Kumar
Susan Schreibman
John Walsh
Stewart Arneil
Martin Holmes

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