Talk:OSIS Book Abbreviations
Extending av11n coverage?
Some of the sections on the main page list canons that are not yet mentioned in Alternate Versification. In email correspondence this week, there is definite interest in regard to the Ethiopian Orthodox canon. David Haslam 12:49, 12 January 2010 (UTC)
Ethiopian canon - news from 'Studge'
Neil Rees ('Studge') of bfbs linguistic computing recently visited Ethiopia. Afterwards, he emailed me a document entitled Ethiopian Orthodox Old Testament, with the following cover note:
I have just got back from the Bible Society of Ethiopia. In looking on the Internet I have found a lot of false information about the Ethiopian canon which mention broad and narrow canons. There are only 2 canons printed in Ethiopia: the Protestant 66 book canon and the Ethiopian Orthodox 81 book canon (called the narrow canon). The so-called broad canon has never been printed and is of academic interest only.
I was looking at your page http://www.crosswire.org/wiki/OSIS_Book_Abbreviations
I submit the list of books in the Ethiopian Orthodox Bible as published by the Bible Society since 1962.
- See also  which includes a link under "(You must login to download The SBL Handbook of Style)". David Haslam 08:31, 10 July 2011 (MDT)
The following were found in canon*.h in SWORD:
Not sure what their meta info is for the table. --Dmsmith 15:30, 17 January 2012 (MST)
Should there be a "book" abbreviation for the following introductions?
- Introduction to the Bible
- Introduction to the Old Testament
- Introduction to the New Testament
For the moment, JSword is using Intro.Bible (maybe it should be Intro.Work), Intro.OT and Intro.NT for these. --Dmsmith 15:30, 17 January 2012 (MST)
Paratext Book Abbreviations
As useful and informative as  may be, it has nothing to do with OSIS abbreviations or SBL abbreviations. It is informative about particular books within particular traditions, but Paratext and SFM use a system of book IDs that is not similar to OSIS/SBL. The specific document that may be useful for determining or deriving addition book abbreviations is the SBL Handbook referenced at the beginning of the page.