[tei-council] Consistency in attribute values
mholmes at uvic.ca
Fri Nov 25 08:43:26 EST 2011
Found it. The "URL" version is in idno.xml itself.
So we have 120 instances of "url", and one of "URL". Do we change all
the existing instances to "URL"?
I have lots of instances of <idno type="url"> in my projects, having
just taken what I saw in the Guidelines as good practice.
On 11-11-25 05:38 AM, Martin Holmes wrote:
> 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
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>> Laurent Romary
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