Torsten Scha▀an wrote:
> how do others declare respectively document how a born digital document
> should be presented - e.g. which xslt has to be applied to show the
> content in a certain and defined way?
> Wouldn't the profileDesc/settingDesc be the perfect place?
> Right now the settingDesc is said to contain information about language
> corpora but the info I need to store seems to fit perfectly into this
> element if I understood or interpreted it in a broader sense?
I'm not sure settingDesc is the right place. In my mind that means
where the text was recorded (in the case of a spoken text) or something
about its setting. The stylesheet to be chosen to render it in one way
or another seems much more like it should be in something like appInfo
or encodingDesc somewhere. (Ok, I recognise appInfo is for information
about some program that has touched the TEI file, rather than a link
between the TEI file and one or more stylesheets.)
Since what you want to link the TEI file to a stylesheet for purposes of
processing, another option, of course, is to use processing instruction.
This doesn't really document sufficiently, but would provide a link, and
has no implications for TEI Conformance or validity.
<?torsten type="stylesheet1" href="file.xsl" ?>
Not sure what the best answer is, I'm sure someone here will have a
better answer, but settingDesc does seem wrong to me.
Dr James Cummings, Research Technologies Service, University of Oxford
James dot Cummings at oucs dot ox dot ac dot uk