Dear list members,
thanks for the quick responses and helpful hints! I think that it is
good to provide a possibility for "documentary" transcriptions with
<sourceDoc> as an alternative to more interpretive one. But there are
a lot of graduations between be a "mere topographical" and a
interpretive transcription. The <mod> element itself seems to indicate
this. So it might be useful to allow as much combinations of this two
approaches and their elements. That's why Georg Vogelers proposal
seems quite plausible to me.
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Zitat von Lou Burnard <[log in to unmask]>:
> Yes, thanks, I'd forgotten that. <mod> is for any kind of detectable
> "modification", and it's up to the annotator how to subclass such
> things using the @type attribute.
> On 19/04/13 10:56, Martin de la Iglesia wrote:
>> Dear Philipp,
>> as a workaround for <line><subst/></line>, the Guidelines imply
>> <mod type="subst"> (cf.
>> <http://www.tei-c.org/release/doc/tei-p5-doc/en/html/ref-mod.html>), which
>> can be a legal child element of <line>.
>> With best wishes,