[tei-council] Hyphenation discussion

James Cummings James.Cummings at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Mon Jan 24 13:01:33 EST 2011

I think he means @type and @subtype which it already has.  I'm in 
favour of preserving things because I can envision people wanting 
to categorize the type of page/column/line break in various 
systems.  That said, I don't have a clear use-case for it at the 
moment. ;-)

For the record I *don't* want _every_ element in the TEI to be a 
member of att.typed...just a bunch more of them. ;-)


On 24/01/11 17:27, Gabriel Bodard wrote:
> Wait, which is the attribute in search of a real-world use case? @breaking?
> On 24/01/2011 17:10, Brett Barney wrote:
>> I guess I'm voting for D, too. (A little uncomfortable with an attribute in
>> search of a real-world use case, but I'd be more uncomfortable with the
>> alternative[s].)
>> Brett

Dr James Cummings, Research Technologies Service
OUCS, University of Oxford

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