lou.burnard at computing-services.oxford.ac.uk
Fri Sep 29 15:00:46 EDT 2006
Laurent Romary wrote:
> Le 29 sept. 06 à 00:21, Sebastian Rahtz a écrit :
>> Laurent Romary wrote:
>>> My suggestions are thus:
>>> - leave group 1 unchanged
>>> - replace all occurances of macro.glossSeq in group 2 content
>>> models by just <desc>
>>> - revise <desc> description to make it a more generic element
>>> for describing what is the encoder's meaning when making a
>>> specification of when using a specific element from group 2, i.e.
>>> " contains a brief description of the purpose or application of
>>> the containing element"
>> OK, except that the things in group 2 should refer to model.descLike
>> instead of a brute force "desc".
> Sure. This is even better.
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I agree. I'm probably the perpetrator of the brute mapping from "desc"
to macro.glossSeq in the first place.
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