[tei-council] <specGrp> and <specGrpRef> formatting
lou.burnard at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Mon Sep 3 18:36:25 EDT 2007
In the version of PH I just checked in, I've moved all the declarations
etc. to a section at the end of the chapter.
Does this look better?
Sebastian -- do all the *Spec elements have to be within a <specGrp>? I
think not, but I left one for safety's sake.
Arianna Ciula wrote:
> James Cummings wrote:
>> At very least we should
>> get rid of the number. This is just a generated number, and has no real
>> meaning to the reader.
> Another option is to, in presentation form on,
>> as a final division to each chapter have a section where all of these
>> are dealt with at once, once per module/chapter, rather than having
>> them spread throughout the chapter.
> I think this is a good idea, but I am not sure how feasible it is
> given the short time we have and more urgent priorities. Indeed, it
> seems to me that every chapter has a slightly different structure that
> would make this task rather time consuming. The editors know better.
>> As there is often prose which introduces the specGrpRefs and
>> specGrps, there would need to be editorial changes to this, and the
>> editors have been tasked with removing this regardless. (We should be
>> able to automate the addition of leading prose if we do decide to
>> retain these.)
>> As you've all doubtless read in the minutes, you are all tasked with
>> discussing this and coming to some decision by 2007-09-07.
>>  I chose Specification Group 42 at (near)random and really have no
>> interest in that one in particular, I've not bothered to look it up.
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