[sword-devel] OSIS:What is the future? Who is using it now?
greg.hellings at gmail.com
Mon Mar 6 19:41:12 MST 2006
> DM Smith wrote:
> > I'm not as strongly opposed to OSIS as I was before the
> > about-to-be-published OSIS User's Manual revision. I still think that
> > it is unfortunate that Chris Little would like to make OSIS the only
> > supported format for The Sword Project, as this will most likely slow
> > development and cause problems.
> There is a simple advantage to supporting OSIS as the only format going
> forward: Standardization.
It might not be a bad thing (and this appears to be what you are already
doing) to officially support only OSIS for the modules available from the
SWORD Project, while still, at least for now, maintaining support for a few
other formats that make importing personal modules easier. That makes it
much easier for a user to take advantage of the features of SWORD with text
which might not be public domain or freely distributable but is still
available. I congratulate, and deeply thank, the team that is responsible
for maintaining the whole family of applications for a very high quality
product - and Troy for being an excellent and gracious leader!
It gives us the opportunity to develop a rich and full architecture
> rather than supporting a multitude of formats. We can focus on text
> quality and quality delivery in a feature rich environment.
> Ultimately this means that we make the Word of God more accessible.
> Which is what I think we are all about.
> Michael, thank you so much for your contributions to WEB and to the
> sapphire cipher.
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