[tei-council] Genetic Proposals

Lou Burnard lou.burnard at retired.ox.ac.uk
Mon Sep 5 16:13:55 EDT 2011

On 05/09/11 20:46, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> On 5 Sep 2011, at 18:49, Lou Burnard wrote:
>> Several major issues still remain unresolved though. Inter alia:
>> 1. What's the name of the elephant? (I am currently liking<source>)
>> 2. What shall we call<layers>,<layer>   and  @layer?
>> 3. Do we need both<block>  and<zone>?
> hasn't the time come to pass these by the broader community?

I proposed that a week or two back, but the consensus was agin it.

> tho if I was a voting man, I'd say

surely you *are* a voting man?

>   <sourceDoc>

too close to <sourceDesc> for my liking

>   <changeSet>

a bit long winded -- for all three?

>   no. use<block>  passim

so you'd say <surface> contains <block>s rather than <zone>s? And where 
do you stand on the multipurpose <zone> (containing either graphics, or 
transcription, or both)

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