Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2013

Abstract

A critique of humanities digital archive and text projects holding them to standards of iconographical and textual accuracy and a criticism of collaborative projects for posting not-ready-for-prime-time versions of work that passes for finished by some while demanding help from others to bring up to usable standards. Suggests minimal standards for digital textual projects and outlines principles for collaborative work.

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Submitted to the Proceedings of the Social Digital Editing Conference University of Sakatchewan, July 2013.

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