I realized that I haven’t given much of an update on the Anglican Breviary online recently.
The wiki can be found at anglicanbreviaryonline.org.
Last night I caught up on some work I had backing up including quite a bit of material from the post-Christmas period and Epiphany (with much thanks to Richard and Scott!). I also modified the side-bar to make it more user-friendly, and to give better access to the seasonal material that has been entered.
Here’s our status:
- Most of Advent is in.
- The text of Christmas is all in; there are a few bits that need the formatting markup. The majority of that is in, though.
- Epiphany and its Octave are mostly in. A couple of days are lacking, as is some more formatting.
I’d love to start a push towards Lent before we actually get there so we can get the material in both here and also into the St. Bede’s Breviary.
The issue—as always—is one of time and resources. (My ISP is reminding me it’s time to re-register the URL as well…) I’ll be contacting those who have helped who are currently without assignments for entering more text; if you’d to help out, leave a comment or drop me an email. And, as always, donations are appreciated and help move things along. (I just learned that my button on the wiki wasn’t working through the “front door” url, so I’m co-opting the St. Bede’s Breviary link—just earmark it for the Anglican Breviary and list the form you want your name to appear on the Benefactors page!)