As a general rule, any question not answered here should be asked on the
where a large community of active EpiDoc users and developers will see your question,
hopefully reply to it, and the answers will be archived for future reference.
1. Can you help me set up my EpiDoc project?
Depending on what you mean by "help", sources of assistance in setting up an EpiDoc project
may be found via:
- The Markup list, where people are
available and willing to give advice on set-up, technologies, etc.
- EpiDoc training workshops,
which will teach the use of TEI and EpiDoc XML and some of the tools available.
- If you want someone who can help you with the technical work of setting up a project, it is
essential that you budget this work in your project funding applications from a very early stage.
You would advised to consult with possible collaborators in the planning stages, as estimating
the time and financial cost of setting up an XML project is likely to be an involved process.
- Institutions that have collaborated on many EpiDoc projects in the past include:
- Software and packages that have been successfully used with EpiDoc and other XML projects,
and which you might consider adapting for this purpose, include
(Open Source; consider opening support tickets at Github for help from active user communities):
- SoSOL ("Son of Suda-Online"), the community editing
package behind Papyri.info
- Kiln, the XML publication package developed by DDH