The thing itself

Is Stritmatter's transcript reliable enough? Stritmatter's description of Kathman's list: "A schematic transcript of this data, although incomplete and innaccurate in a few critical respects, and without the text of the relevant passages...."

A more accurate comparison: both Kathman's and Stritmatter's accounts are generally reliable when the two accounts agree; in most instances where they disagree, Kathman seems to be more reliable.

Stritmatter mentions Kathman several times, sometimes characterizing his work harshly. Kathman's list was compiled without reference to Stritmatter's list; Kathman's list was published online in 1998, two years before Stritmatter's dissertation was defended, and three years before it was printed.

The most interesting annotation

Ecclesiasticus 14.13 reads, "Do good vnto thy friend before thou dye, and according to thine habilitie stretche out thine hand, and giue him." An annotator crossed out "him" in OxBib and wrote "vnto the poore". Stritmatter thinks the change is a translation by an annotator of the Vulgate "da pauperi." Tom Veal suggests that the changed text reflects the Douay reading "to the poor"; since the Douay edition was not printed until several years after Oxford died, this would be prima facie evidence that Oxford could not have made this annotation. Much more likely than either Stritmatter's or Veal's scenario is that an annotator was refering to Miles Coverdale's translation of Ecclesiaticus, which appeared in numerous earlier English Bibles, including Coverdale's, Matthew's, the Great Bible, and the Bishops' Bible, as well as in Coverdale's Bokes of Salomon. Here, for comparison, are versions found in the Vulgate, Coverdale, Matthew's, Bishops', Geneva, Douay, and King James

Vulgateante mortem benefac amico tuo et secundum vires tuas exporrigens da pauperi
CoverdaleDo good vnto yi frende before thou dye, and acordinge to thy abylite reach out thine hande, and geue vnto ye poore.
Matthew'sDo good vnto thy frynde before thou dye, & according to thy abilitie reache out thyne hande, & geue vnto the poore.
Bishops'Do good vnto thy friende before thou dye, and according to thy abilitie reache out thyne hande & geue vnto the poore.
GenevaDo good vnto thy friend before thou dye, & according to thine habilitie stretch out thine hand, and give him.
DouayDo good to thy friend before thou die, and according to thy ability, stretching out thy hand give to the poor.
King JamesDo good unto thy friend before thou die, and according to thy ability stretch out thy hand and give to him.