We're making some use of <timeline> for a project at Oxford to synchronise text and audio, and miss three things:
a) the facility to point to an audio file
b) the facility to have gaps in the timeline without making up redundant <when>s
c) direct linking to a transcription with a standoff <link>
I'm thinking in my innocence that I could say
for the first, and
for the third, but do people agree with that usage of @corresp?
should it always point to an XML element? if not, how else to specify the
for the second, I'd like to add @from and @to attributes to <when>, to complement
@since and @interval. Any views on that?
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