I did think it was a good candidate dor an SF ticket: Thorsten,
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Le 16 déc. 09 à 13:47, James Cummings a écrit :
> Torsten Schassan wrote:
>> I.e., have a head and then either items or lists nested inside. Why
>> doesn't <list> behave like that? And, if we consider xhtml as role
>> model, why are these elements defined as they are?
> Oh no, I wasn't suggesting that xhtml should be considered a role
> model here -- more that its highly restrictive list model doesn't
> really reflect the way lists are used (especially not in historical
> texts) and that we might need to take extra care when converting to
> such formats.
> Torsten is certainly correct that all the members of model.listLike
> (list listBibl listEvent listNym listOrg listPerson listPlace
> listWit) behave in this manner except for 'list'. It does seem
> strange, admittedly, that all these supposed specialisations of
> 'list' are able to self-nest directly but that 'list' itself isn't
> able to do so. I'm guessing the reason this wasn't changed when
> adding all these list* elements was either that it was overlooked or
> out of fears of backwards compatibility. (But that said, making it
> available for self-nesting doesn't break existing documents where it
> Add a feature request or bug on sourceforge?