[sword-devel] OSIS: Catholic bible Louis-Claude Fillion

Wolfgang Schultz woschultz at googlemail.com
Sun May 16 09:48:20 MST 2010

Hello David,

i don't know what the original hardcopy was, but in the file is noted
the text comes from


And when "The Apostles of Infinite Love of the Order of the Magnificat
of the Mother of God" say: This is the Louis-Claude Fillion bible then
its ok for me :-) .



BWT: How many Sword modules are validated with an orginal printed book?

2010/5/16 David Haslam <d.haslam at ukonline.co.uk>:
> What was the OSIS file derived from as an original source text?
> Provenance of digitised texts is important, even for public domain texts.
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provenance
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provenance
> There should always be a traceable path back to the person or group that
> performed the digitization.
> This can help when errors are detected that may have arisen from the
> digitization process.
> Far too often, this part of the chain is neglected when old texts are
> republished on the Internet.
> David
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