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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 projects that aspire to be OSCEs, and notes on the concept, as well as the papers for the 2006 workshop.
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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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