[tei-council] validation of examples
lou.burnard at retired.ox.ac.uk
Sun Jan 30 12:24:52 EST 2011
OK, I have revised to "true" "false" and "feasible", added a default
value ("true") and corrected a silly mistake in the text which no-one
But this means I am now wondering whether the @break attribute on <lb/>
should take values "true" "false" and "unspecified" rather than "yes"
"no" and "maybe" as currently proposed.
On 30/01/11 16:18, Martin Holmes wrote:
> +1 from me too, assuming Sebastian's proposal is the one (true, false,
> and feasible, not "feasibly").
> On 11-01-30 07:49 AM, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> On 30 Jan 2011, at 12:38, Lou Burnard wrote:
>>> I see this is still an orange ticket though. Is there a majority on
>>> Council in favour of adding at least @valid right away?
>> +1 from me (tho see comments on ticket). Personally I'd leave the
>> expand/show stuff for @rend.
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