Sigfrid Lundberg wrote:
>I see that there's much useful revision work going on. I'd like to remind
>members of relevant WGs of two of my pet questions from the past:
>1. The first being the <exemplum><eg>...</eg></exemplum> (or whatever
>replacement one would could figure out) for writing documentation of XML
>stuff using TEI (quite a reasonable thing to do, actually, if you're TEI
this is definitely dealt with. the ODD language in which the TEI
is written is now fully conformant with itself. there is a new module,
"tagdocs", which provides all the elements and classes needed,
including exemplum and eg-like stuff.
I'd like to say the ODD language is 100% finished, but there remain
a few small issues, one medium-sized issue, and one enormous one
 we (may) need a way to link attributes conditionally to the content
where this constraint is expressed is not clear.
 The famous "Durand Conundrum" states that the ODD philosophy
is arsy-versy, and that we should (effectively) document a schema, not
describe a schema in obscure language. The current view is that
the earth is flat.