> The point is -- what do you find at the other end of the link? In the
> case of @resp you find some kind of agent. In the case of @source you
> find some kind of bibliographically described object. I think these are
> different things.
I understand well, and could be a user of the combination of @resp
(which could be a pseudo URI like an internal token) and @source.
My problem is more, is it possible to keep precise distinctions, I mean
teachable distinctions, with att.global.linking (@corresp, @synch,
@sameAs, @copyOf, @next, @prev, @exclude, @select) + @xml:base and this
I'm afraid of possible semantic collisions here, it reminds me the non
convincing story of the xlink attributes, for example documented in EAD
(with not a a lot of useful and known implementations).