Lou Burnard wrote:
> but for ones which don't, it seems much more useful to say
> <rs type="/type of entity referred to/"> as Oyvind suggests than to do
> what @type ought to mean, namely
> <rs type="/type of reference/"> (with values such as "short",
> "elliptical", "periphrastic", "cataphoric" etc.)
> This is an old argument (which I lost last time we had it) ... since we
> do now permit <name type="/type of thing named/"> it seems only logical
> to extend the confusion to rs as well.
ah, _that_ discussion.... how it all comes flooding back.
so in practice we do all agree that Gabriel should use
<rs ref=""> instead of <placeName ref="">, which will
just make it mildly harder to analyze the text, but be
closer to correct
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