[tei-council] reviewing genetic editing revisions incorporated into last successful build (Re: Thisare the droids you are looking for)
James.Cummings at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Mon Nov 7 19:06:52 EST 2011
- Note that the position of note 34 (after specification list for
att.coordinated '@points') appears rendered on a new line by itself.
While trivial, might it make sense to move the note to the end of the
- figure 3 seems to be missing on bits.nsms but appears on
teijenkins.hcmc *scratch head* Similarly Figure 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, etc.
When I click to go to reference pages on the bits.nsms jenkins I get an
- I find the Kundige Bok example confusing because it is a textual
metamark. It might be good to have a simpler example of metamark just
before this one?
- "Either of the attributes target or <spanTo> may be used": I see no
reference page for a <spanTo> element however much I may deeply love the
- <transpose> Can someone explain to me why this has <ptr/> elements
inside it instead of just a @target attribute requiring a minimum or two
whitespace separated data.pointer values? What is the benefit by having
the <ptr/> elements? I could understand if along with <ptr/> <transpose>
also allowed <desc>, but it doesn't, and neither does <ptr/>.... so I
fail to see what we gain from having this as an element rather than an
attribute value... unless you're expecting to use @rend or other
attributes on the <ptr/> elements. Then if that is the case a clear
example of why you might want to do that should be shown, no?
- Section 11.7 starts "Finally in this chapter we present elements..."
but it isn't the final major section (it goes up to 11.11) so this
sounds wrong to me.
- In discussion of change we have an example that includes:
<subst change="#secondStage #thirdStage">
which we are told means: "Also the substitution in the second verse is
done repeatedly: initially it takes place in the second stage, but is
fixated as a whole in the third."
If that is the case, shouldn't it be using <retrace> or something to
indicate the thirdStage?
That is all I noticed on a quick read through.
More information about the tei-council