[tei-council] Consistency in attribute values
mholmes at uvic.ca
Fri Nov 25 08:38:57 EST 2011
We have 120 instances of <idno type="url"> (lower-case), and now I can't
find the one which is upper-case. Weird.
Anyway, I think if <idno type="url"> is wrong (in either case), that's a
fairly big change.
On 11-11-25 12:16 AM, Laurent Romary wrote:
> Le 25 nov. 2011 à 09:14, James Cummings a écrit :
>> On 25/11/11 06:07, Laurent Romary wrote:
>>> Two answers on this: - organisation issuing their identifiers should
>>> have a policy concerning the way they appear (OTA should know whether
>>> they're OTA or ota, not us)
>> Sure but I think martin's point is that we need to then be consistent
>> with them. When I worked for the OTA we generally referred to it in all
>> uppercase, OTA.
> No problem with this.
>> If we have URL and url I'd have said also to go for URL.
> I think I disagree, if we have URL, we need to turn the idno's into ref's.
>> Dr James Cummings, InfoDev
>> Oxford University Computing Services
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