The aim of this issue is to:
- contribute to the discussion about tooling in Digital Humanities,
- bring to the forefront the instruments instead of the final products,
- provide a venue for discussing best practices in the development and usage of tools,
- list useful resources for all those involved in scholarly editing.
Beyond that, we hope that the critical examination of digital tools draws greater attention to the (scholarly) achievements that their creation and maintenance imply.
Submissions will be accepted until 30 September 2021.