Lodel in a few words
Code is here : https://github.com/OpenEdition/lodel/
Previous version are archived here : SourceSup .
The user documentation is in French and has not been updated Version 0.9 .
The technical doc is to be found here: https://github.com/OpenEdition/lodel/wiki
You can install and test a preinstalled Virtual Machine: http://lodel.org/downloads/vms/
The TEI XML schema for OpenEdition is here : http://lodel.org/ns/
The documentation for Open Edition formats are here :
for the XML/TEI schema : https://github.com/OpenEdition/tei.openedition
for the METS schema : https://github.com/OpenEdition/mets.openedition
for the Word template : https://github.com/OpenEdition/msword.openedition
Contact : lodel _at_ lodel.org
Lodel in a nutshell…
Lodel is a web publishing system, configurable for specific needs. Lodel is installed on a (PHP) web server like many CMS, and used remotely with a web browser. It enables to collaborative and remote work (office, home, with distant teams).
Documents to be published may be prepared locally with a word-processor (MS Word, OpenOffice) or directly edited online. Lodel converts automatically Word or OpenOffice documents to XML/TEI by means of models. Lodel is particularly respectful of scientific edition conventions, such as footnotes, the structure of the text, the different character sets corresponding to non-latin languages, diacritical signs, small capitals, hard spaces.
According to appropriation principles, the software enables the editorial staff to upload the journal by himself, without having to be a computer specialist.
Lodel is compliant with the web standards (Dublin Core, RSS, OAI) and generates XML/TEI (P5) documents.
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