On 10/06/11 16:41, Brett Zamir wrote:
> On 6/10/2011 6:04 AM, stuart yeates wrote:
>> On 09/06/11 18:13, Brett Zamir wrote:
>>> Hello Martin,
>>> I've started a wiki page at
>>> http://wiki.tei-c.org/index.php/HTML5_Microdata_TEI_Serialization which
>>> is meant to explain the advantages and challenges. I would be more than
>>> happy to elaborate or clarify on any point, so please feel free to ask
>> I'm glad you've written down your thoughts Martin, because it lets us
>> give you solid feedback.
> This is all Brett's fault--Careful not to blame Martin for this. :)
Sorry, my mistake.
>> (b) You fail to comment on whether the HTML-only tools and sites (the
>> first and second of your advantages) are going to be able to respect
>> the semantics of the TEI-in-HTML5.
> Yes, as long as they support Microdata. Currently, in the case of
> Mediawiki, I have a bug report for Mediawiki to whitelist such markup,
> and I think it is likely to be accepted by them, as with any other HTML
> tools, since properly allowing the semantic information provides no
> security risk, unlike allowing say arbitrary XML.
Excellent, so they'll enforce the content models of the tags? I was not
aware of this.
>> (c) You fail to comment on the ability of TEI-in-HTML5 to represent
>> structures that can't be broken down into single hierarchical
>> structure. For example marking up the dual meanings of
> TEI-in-HTML5 is no different from TEI really. It is just more verbose.
> One can use the non-hierarchical approaches detailed in
> http://www.tei-c.org/release/doc/tei-p5-doc/en/html/NH.html . If those
> methods are not adequate, TEI-in-HTML5 will not offer any solutions not
> solved by TEI XML. And as with TEI XML, you have to determine how to
> display that information, if at all.
So our current tools (schemas, schematrons, schema-understanding
editors, etc) will work with TEI-in-HTML5?
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