Scholars have long had access to editions of the Coptic New Testament texts. In addition to more recent editions of various NT texts, one could always check the extensive editions of George Horner for the Bohairic and Sahidic NT. The Old Testament, however, has been a more desperate situation, especially in the case of the Sahidic. The Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities has confirmed the funding a complete digital edition and translation of the Sahidic Coptic Old Testament (Digitale Gesamtedition und Übersetzung des koptisch-sahidischen Alten Testaments), here. The project will run from 2015–2036 with an annual budget of €500,000. Heike Behlmer (Göttingen) and Frank Feder (Berlin) will oversee the project. Although this project will doubtlessly be a great support to the Septuaginta-Unternehmen, it will be housed in the Egyptology department at Göttingen, an international center for Coptic scholarship. Sometime in 2015, we can anticipate hearing positive news about funding for a major Greek LXX Psalms project from Göttingen.