OK, I will have a look at what is needful for making <note> globally
available and produce a recommendation on the subject for the Council to
consider at its meeting in a couple of weeks.
Espen S. Ore wrote:
> Michael Beddow has pointed out to me in an off list message that there
> may be an error in the German text. And indeed, Michael has probably
> found one, but since this is a text that supposedly has been proofread
> at the Univ. of Oslo, I don't know whether there is an error, and
> whether this has occured in the OCR (highly probable) or in the
> typesetting of the book this text comes from (also quite possible).
> As I wrote in my answer to Michael, it is strange that I can put a
> <choice>-element inside <foreign> and not a <note>!
> My answer was:
> Yes, it looks like a typo. I have ordered a copy of the original printed
> text up from our cellars (I work after all in a national library), so
> that I can check it. If the printed text says "Vich" I would still
> believe that it is a typo - probably I should use a <sic> or even
> better, a <choice><sic>Vich</sic><corr>Vieh</corr></sic>. This at least
> seems to be available in <foreign>, but not <note>.