> On 9 Sep 2010, at 21:18, Martin Holmes wrote:
>> My argument is that this very much IS the TEI's business; we spend so
>> much time describing in painful detail (yet idiosyncratically) the
>> appearance and rendering of text and objects that we should simply adopt
>> the CSS standard natively
I'm not sure I buy this. Certainly a lot of time gets spent describing
various aspects of a text in a rich TEI encoding of it, but I would not
agree that these are necessarily or exclusively concerned with its
appearance or rendering.
And didn't we spend quite a lot of time a year or so back defining ways
of using CSS within a TEI document via the @rendition global attribute?
Are you proposing to junk that, or to add a third (fourth if you include
Sebastian's suggestion of using the HTML namespace) way of skinning this