[tei-council] Notes on chapter 11 (part one)

James Cummings James.Cummings at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Tue Nov 8 03:20:43 EST 2011

On 08/11/11 07:10, Martin Holmes wrote:
> "...<surface>  defines a written surface in terms of a rectangular
> coordinate space, optionally grouping one or more graphic
> representations of that space, and rectangular zones of interest within
> it." ["rectangular" is obsolete.]

Surface is noted as being rectangular everywhere it is mention, e.g. its 
reference page. So if surfaces are allowed to be non-rectangular then it 
needs to be changed many places.


Dr James Cummings, InfoDev,
OUCS, University of Oxford

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