The final parts of vol 24 are now encoded and ready for proofing, and I continued work on the first vol 25 article.
Making good use of style-based search in LibreOffice Writer to pre-tag a bunch of stuff.
Encoded a new review, which will probably end up in vol 27. It's up for proofing.
Made editor's proofing corrections to four pieces plus the master vol 24 document, and rebuilt everything.
Met with HT to plan the next three volumes, and to go through some of the proofing corrections for vol 24. I have four texts ready to be worked on. Spent some time fixing up the layout of the Woolf text, to avoid unwanted wrapping of poetic half-line in PDF.
HT truncated the abstracts for Lingard so they fit on the page; rebuilt everything and published, and also posted the full vol 24 PDF for proofing (although editorial intros are still missing).
Encoded the new Virtanen review and added it to the master; added two lots of keywords; re-encoded a revised version of the Peterson review, then more changes to that; and various other tweaks.
Edits to various bits and pieces per HT. Published a new xar.
Also added a couple of French abstracts. We're now on final tweaks for everything; one article's abstracts are too long and need to be cut, others may lack keywords, and final proofing is needed for everything. Also the intro articles are not there yet.
In between doing tech support for the SHARP and metal conferences, I've churned through the Woolf translation, and HT has sent me keywords, which I've entered. There are a couple of outstanding issues: underlining with
<hi rend="underline"> works correctly in the PDF but not in the HTML, and I still have to make some decisions about the ellipses: do we need to continue with the old practice of tagging them, or can they just now be straightforward characters? In any case, there are instances of ellipsis and three-dots in this one document.