[tei-council] invalid examples allowed in Guidelines?
sebastian.rahtz at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Tue Jan 11 07:17:20 EST 2011
On 11 Jan 2011, at 11:56, James Cummings wrote:
> I'm not proposing recording other forms of rendition information
> about examples... only answering the need for some of them to
> appear fragmentary but still be valid when copied and pasted.
> Expanding that, or providing further rendition information we
> already have technologies to do.
Yes, I have no problems with this. There are many ways we could
render the bits that are added for forms sake, rather than to make
a real example (could colour them grey if they are not supposed
to be real, for instance, instead of collapsing, or put them in 6pt writing).
I just did a pass over some of the easier errors and fixed them.
Worst I found was this:
<title>Proceedings of a workshop on corpus resources</title>
<meeting>DTI Speech and Language Technology Club meeting, 3-4
January 1990, Wadham College, Oxford</meeting>
which looks entirely plausible, but is not - <imprint> is mandatory for
As it stands, that is genuinely misleading for a reader.
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