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Open Source Critical Editions (OSCE) was the name given to a workshop held in London in September 2006 under the aegis of the Methods Network, the Perseus Project, and the Digital Classicist. Ongoing discussion continues between the principals of that event in the form of e-lists and published papers. The original workshop website was hosted by the Digital Classicist wiki, and individual pages are linked below.
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Open Source Critical Editions (OSCE) was the name given to a workshop held in London in September 2006, and has since grown to describe generically the concept of a digital critical edition. Below are the papers for the 2006 workshop, plus a few projects that aspire to be or produce OSCEs as defined by the project (and in Bodard & Garcés 2008, "Open Source Critical Editions: A rationale", in Deegan/Sutherland ed., ''Text Editing, Print and the Digital World'', Ashgate, pp. 83-98).

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Open Source Critical Editions (OSCE) was the name given to a workshop held in London in September 2006, and has since grown to describe generically the concept of a digital critical edition. Below are the papers for the 2006 workshop, plus a few projects that aspire to be or produce OSCEs as defined by the project (and in Bodard & Garcés 2008, "Open Source Critical Editions: A rationale", in Deegan/Sutherland ed., Text Editing, Print and the Digital World, Ashgate, pp. 83-98).

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