Am 07.08.2012 23:00, schrieb Gabriel BODARD:
> I'm not sure @status entirely meets Joachim's use-case (and it
> certainly doesn't meet Hugh's). "finalCorr" might be a document status
> (although what does it mean to have several finalCorrs in the same
> document?), but semantic-markup and formal-markup are types of
> revision, not statuses of the document.
> And changes categorized by, for example, (a) edits by a registered
> user through a controlled content management system, (b) automated
> edits by the software, e.g. to normalize certain types of markup,
We use who="system" to indicate this.
> and (c) uncontrolled edits by superusers with direct access to the
> database outside of the CMS, are not well served by @status, I don't
> (As opposed to status=submission, status=vote, status=finalization,
> status=publication etc.)
> Worth a feature request, I think.
Gerrit Brüning, M.A.
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