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— by russellallen russellallen
Yes, I changed servers so I was waiting for the DNS to update before letting you all know.

So, in short, I’ve refreshed the site, done some backend work on the GitHub repo and build infrastructure, and laid out a plan for the next stage.

Please read all the post, but copying a bit from the link:

We are going to work on the books of the Old Testament / Hebrew Bible more or less in reverse order using the Protestant ordering.

That is:

  1. First, we will finish the Twelve. These are all done except for Hosea and Amos.

  2. Second, we’ll move to the Major Prophets, releasing Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel and Daniel.

  3. Thirdly, the Wisdom Books. We have already released the Psalms, but will work on Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Song of Solomon.

  4. Fourthly, a History lesson. We aready have Ruth and Esther, but we will fill in the rest of the stories of the conquest of Canaan, the period of the judges and the united and divided monarchies. Of these, 1 Samuel is already is good shape.

  5. And lastly, we will tackle the five books of the Law / Torah. Genesis is in not too bad shape already, but work hasn’t started yet on the other four books.

At each stage, the process will be to release, on a regular basis, the chapters which have been completed. When the book is finished to a first, but releasable, version, a new numbered OEB will be pushed to the website.

So the immediate future is working on Hosea. Sometime next week I’ll do another post showing the start of that process.

When Hosea is done we’ll release OEB 2019.1, and move onto Amos.

Onwards and upwards! Russell

On 15 Dec 2018, at 2:26 am, Timchambers [via Open English Bible] <[hidden email]> wrote:

Glad to see this:

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