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<blockquote>Welcome to the '''ENcoding COmplex Writing Systems''' ('''ENCOWS''') discussion list. This list arises from a first workshop on applying EpiDoc/TEI markup to complex, non-alphabetic scripts organized by Christian Prager and held at the University of Bonn, at which Mayan, Aztec, Linear A and Cypro-Minoan, Hieroglyphic Luwian, and Cuneiform were represented. We welcome discussion of all aspects of encoding complex writing in these and other languages, including epigraphy, text transcription, object and historical metadata, vocabularies and terminology, publication and infrastructure.</blockquote>
 
<blockquote>Welcome to the '''ENcoding COmplex Writing Systems''' ('''ENCOWS''') discussion list. This list arises from a first workshop on applying EpiDoc/TEI markup to complex, non-alphabetic scripts organized by Christian Prager and held at the University of Bonn, at which Mayan, Aztec, Linear A and Cypro-Minoan, Hieroglyphic Luwian, and Cuneiform were represented. We welcome discussion of all aspects of encoding complex writing in these and other languages, including epigraphy, text transcription, object and historical metadata, vocabularies and terminology, publication and infrastructure.</blockquote>
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* Founded in July 2015
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* As of August 2018, there were approximately 70 list members
  
  

Latest revision as of 12:51, 21 August 2018

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[edit] Listowners

  • Gabriel Bodard
  • Christian Prager
  • Elisabeth Wagner
  • Daniel Werning

[edit] Description

From the list home page (accessed 2016-06-08):

Welcome to the ENcoding COmplex Writing Systems (ENCOWS) discussion list. This list arises from a first workshop on applying EpiDoc/TEI markup to complex, non-alphabetic scripts organized by Christian Prager and held at the University of Bonn, at which Mayan, Aztec, Linear A and Cypro-Minoan, Hieroglyphic Luwian, and Cuneiform were represented. We welcome discussion of all aspects of encoding complex writing in these and other languages, including epigraphy, text transcription, object and historical metadata, vocabularies and terminology, publication and infrastructure.
  • Founded in July 2015
  • As of August 2018, there were approximately 70 list members
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