I've done all the screenshots and written half of the prose for a sort of walk-through of our encoding process which takes in many of the key strategies. Going well so far (although a bit slow). 120 minutes.
Wrote the proper abstract for my own DVPP paper and added it to the submission. Tweaked the collective DVPP abstract and submitted it to ConfTool; full version to be done tomorrow. 120 minutes.
Finished the next article on my plate ahead of tomorrow's meeting. 45 minutes.
Did most of a detailed copy-edit of one of our articles, covering all the kuwashii stuff normally handled by SL, to see how time-consuming it will be if we have to do it ourselves. Seems doable, but we'll need detailed checklists, which I'm already building. 180 minutes.
Uploaded my first submission for TEI 2019, with, as usual, the majority of the time spent trying to trim the abstract to 300 words. Must now write a full version for attaching to it. 60 minutes.
Issue 12 editors' meeting.
Regular weekly with SB; merged a commit from JT and me into dev Stylesheets. Then a conference call on Unihan/Unicode character property encoding.
Met with KT as usual, and divided existing tasks.
Did a copyedit of one of the accepted articles for issue 12.
With SA and GN: wrote responses to DH reviews for the paper and panel submissions.