> because file extensions, in my mind, are like mime types; they
> indicate the type of file. they are all, eg, "text/xml" in Mime, so
> I name them ".xml"
Er... but quite a few of 'em have MIME types of their own, and TEI is
(supposedly) applying for our own MIME type, too.
E.g., application/vnd.wap.wbxml, application/vnd.omads-file+xml, and
application/rdf+xml. I posted a complete list (at the time) on
2005-05-15. You can see it via
> when I see one of those, I try to eradicate it.... (and I hope
> Cocoon treats them right, by the way)
Please don't go eradicating my files! And no, Cocoon has never
treated them right.
> I do see your side of the coin; ... But I am not happy to rename my
> TEI P4 files to ".teip4" and my P5 ones to ".teip5".....
The reverse is also true. I don't really want to name my files like