James.Cummings at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Wed Feb 1 17:39:55 EST 2012
In reading through things (and correcting non-schema things
relating to an old bug assigned to me) I happened to notice:
The @parts attribute on <nym> is limited to 1 - 100 occurrences
of data.pointer. Although I can't picture a good use case for
more than 50 myself... there are plenty of places where we allow
1 - infinity pointers as an attribute value. Why are we so
specific that there can't be more than 100 on nym/@part in specific?
I ask this in full knowledge that I have hazy recollection of
being part of the working group that introduced <nym>, but no
recollection of the seemingly arbitrary limit in itself.
Dr James Cummings, InfoDev,
Computing Services, University of Oxford
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