A new version of the texts in the Kanseki Repository is now available in the GitHub user account @kr-shadow. Here you will find versions of the master branch of the text with all markup removed, one text per file. This format is intended for users who want to use text mining and other methods of distant reading with the texts of the repository.
Today a major update of the Buddhist texts derived from the CBETA collection was pushed to GitHub and will be served from Kanripo from now on. This brings in all the changes to the data files as of May 31. It will take a few days until the index updates, until then the results might be slightly out of sync with the text, but this should not be a big problem in most cases and is only a matter of days anyway.
The CIEAS Resarch Report 2015 with a special issue on the Kanseki Repository is now also available through the Kyoto University institutional repository: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/210140 (PDF, ca. 23 Mb). While the content is (at least for now) identical with the articles posted here and linked in the sidebar to the left, it might be easier to read in the form it was originally published.
Posted some background information on the Kanseki Repository. This will also become available as downloadable PDF in due time, but for the moment there is only the following (English and Japanese do have corresponding content):