Sebastian in a response to Stuart gave a listing of the possibilities:
> sure, your method is fine. I was not trying to decry some
> methods, but there is a spectrum from
> - url=foo
> - ref->key->url
> - ref->resolver->url
> - ref->bibliography (a route we have not mentioned yet)
> and different methods may suit different circumstances
Thanks this has supplied me (and perhaps others) with a set of keywords
[key, resolver, uri, url] to catch up with the technical aspects of the
discussion and learn more about digital object identifiers. And a reading
we will go...
I am particularly intrigued as to how knowledge of Key and Resolver
processing patterns (if they may be referred to as such) can affect
content modelling practices.
Does anyone have any local documentation that might assist some novices in
getting up to speed on keys & resolvers in a TEI-specific situation?
Francois Lachance, Scholar-at-large
mnemonic is to analytic
mimetic is to synthetic