Texts Being Digitized So Far
As I have already mentioned, there are a number of things that I want digitized. Fortunately, a couple I mentioned are already digitized and not restricted in copyright. I found that The Little Sailing has both all of Pseudo-Apollodorus’ Bibliotheca and a good deal of Plutarch done.
I found a copy of Eusebius that is digitized, but I am not sure what copyright it is under. I might could tell if my Latin were not still abysmal. Of course Perseus has some things but it appears that their materials are licensed under a non-commercial license. If given the choice I would rather not even though I have no plans of using these things for commercial purposes at the moment.
So what is actually being worked on now? Well...
- Pseudo-Lucian’s The Ass.
- Someone is finishing my digitization work of book 1 of of Chariton’s novel Chaereas and Callirhoe.
- I have someone else typing out some of the epigrams from this and the lexical tagging of another Hellenistic work.
- Another fellow is looking into digitizing some Origen or Clement of Alexandria that has never been digitized (or even translated into English). I thought that was a good idea, so I’m waiting to see what he picks.
Yet there is more. I have one more fella who is ready to jump in, but I haven’t decided what to pick yet. If anyone happens to be thinking "Gee, I sure wish [insert your choice of Koine Greek text here] was available digitally" please leave me a note. If our interests happen to coincide, you might get your wish.