These publications are the source for the Leiden-style conventions used in the Guidelines and the Example XSLT transformations.
Papyrological conventions used in Duke Databank texts, Available: http://papyri.info/conventions.html
Criteri di edizione e segni diacriticiin Tituli 2 (1980), 205-215
Struttura dei supplementi e segni diacritici dieci anni dopoin Supplementa Italica 8 (1991), 9-21
Signes critiques du corpus et édition
These projects are the source of most examples used in the Guidelines.
(We especially thank the authors of forthcoming corpora for sharing examples of their XML with us in advance of publication.)
The Inscriptions of Aphrodisias as electronic publication: A user's perspective and a proposed paradigm, in Digital Medievalist 4 (2008), Available: http://digitalmedievalist.org/journal/4/bodard/
Epigraphers and Encoders: Strategies for Teaching and Learning Digital Epigraphy.In ed. Bodard/Romanello, Digital Classics Outside the Echo-Chamber: Teaching, Knowledge Exchange and Public Engagement. London: Ubiquity Press. Pp. 51–68.
Meeting the Needs of Today’s Audiences of Epigraphy with Digital Editions.In ed. Orlandi et al. Information Technologies for Epigraphy and Cultural Heritage, pp. 239–251.