[tei-council] TEI P5 1.9.0

Sebastian Rahtz sebastian.rahtz at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Thu Feb 17 07:34:00 EST 2011

On 17 Feb 2011, at 12:18, Piotr Bański wrote:
> In general, with regard to colour-coding of examples, wouldn't it be
> good to keep the colours for the TEI, and just the frame (no colour) for
> external markup? (The question arises, how external is RelaxNG -- I
> don't know). What I have in mind is something like:
> green: good to copy
> yellow: copy and elaborate
> pink: an example of how not to use TEI markup
> white (just a frame): non-TEI markup, code, etc.
currently the values for egXML/@valid are mapped to style names
which are implemented as CSS

if you want _four_ possibilities, we'd have to change the allowed
values for @valid.

BUT (and this is important) do not be misled into thinking that valid/feasible/wellformed
are in relation to TEI specifically. They apply to any schema. so you cant distinguish
valid RELAXNG or DOCBOOK from valid TEI

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