Louis Sorenson has converted the Greek and Hebrew fonts to UNICODE, and created a temporary web page for the html version at http://www.letsreadgreek.org/resources/robertsongrammar/html/. The file is currently one massive htlm document (also available in an MS Word document at http://www.letsreadgreek.org/resources/robertsongrammar/. But that version is full of MS junk formatting code. It would be nice to get a clean HMTL version.
There are a number of things yet to do on the HTML version, which could be done by members of B-Greek
Yet to Do:
- Chunk the grammar into manageable size, whether page or chapter
- Proof read the grammar for errors.
- Divide indexes into separate columns. Currently the flow is as a single column for the whole page.
- Put footnotes in consecutive order (on separate lines)
- Add hyperlinked bookmarks (page numbers) at the start of every page (for html edition)
- Create a paragraph version and remove the carriage returns and hyphenation at the end of most lines.
- Add links to the Additional notes in the main body of the text
We need a person skilled in HTML management, a set of code tools, etc. The easiest way to create pages would be to write HTML extraction code and create new html pages directly from MS Word, managing links and web-formatting styles at the same time. If you would like to participate in this B-Greek project, send Louis Sorenson a private message or post a reply here. It is a great way to read in depth Robertson's grammar.