Great News - Greek Lexicon
It sounds like great news from Zack, "Improving the Lexicon
" sounds like an accurate summary. Carl W. Conrad should be just the person to drive an improved open Lexicon. Separating the gloss (for mouseover convenience) and the lexicon proper would let the lexicon develop into a really useful resource. This is great news, it means that over the coming months and years a great tool should become the centre of even better things.
...And it makes me greener with envy that we can have no such tool for the Hebrew Bible, though the LXX is covered. Since a combination of systems of academic credit (meaning that active professional scholars cannot afford to spend time on producing a morphologically tagged text, now that it has been done once) and economics (meaning that the available text is not available for free use) stand between the world and a ZHubert for the Hebrew Bible, what we need is either a recently retired Hebraist, and ardent amateur, or a generous donor....