I think it belongs in Languages and Character Sets:
Perhaps a new section called "Directionality", between "Unicode and XML"
and "Non-Unicode character sets and XML processors", or possibly right
at the end. It could start by explaining how the Unicode directionality
flag codepoints work, and then go on to explore the desirability of
making directionality more explicit in the XML encoding; then introduce
ITS, and end by explaining how to build a schema which incorporates it.
[Yes, I do volunteer to write it if we all think it's a good idea and
no-one else feels it naturally falls to them.]
On 12-01-15 11:04 AM, stuart yeates wrote:
> On 14/01/12 05:28, Martin Holmes wrote:
>> I didn't know TEI recommends this approach. I presume that means adding
>> to any element which you want to specify as right-to-left.
>> If that's the recommended approach, I'd like to add a section to the
>> Guidelines explaining how to use it.
> I agree, but it needs to be a non-normative section.