I thought those were great minutes, BTW. Very informative!
On 13-04-24 11:34 AM, James Cummings wrote:
> On 24/04/13 17:59, Torsten Schassan wrote:
>> Hi James, hi all,
> Hi Torsten,
>> I've got a comment on
> Great! (Do feel free to comment on the ticket itself as well, but I
> realise this was more of a general comment.)
>> The minutes state that "All now agree that for a single page,
>> both @from and @to should be supplied, with the same value".
> Yes, after floating around many possibilities we think that this is the
> best way to be clear about what you mean when you want to indicate the
> biblScope is referring to this one page rather than starting on it.
> I should point out that the minutes of these meetings are in some ways a
> working set of notes on the ideas discussed in coming to a decision and
> an aide memoire for the person set the task of implementing it and
> Council during later debates. While they are a record of the meeting,
> the more canonical repository of decisions made concerning a ticket
> should usually be comments on the ticket itself.
>> I wonder if it is helpful to look at "the other" from/to-pair for
>> analogies: the temporal from/to on date/origDate etc have another
>> attribute sitting by their sides, to be used if a point in time
>> shall be expressed: @when
> Yes, I and I think that the biblScope @from/@to are operating similarly
> (and date was the most often contrasted example of @from/@to in the
> discussion, if I recall correctly). These attributes both provide a
> range-based citation (contrast with @notBefore/@notAfter which doesn't
> necessarily). If your date/@from and @to have exactly the same value
> then that would imply it happened at that point in that level of
> granularity, wouldn't it? (e.g. a year, a month, a day, an hour, etc...)
>> Wouldn't it be an idea to have such a "pointing" attribute for
>> spatial elements as well, e.g. something like @where ?
> That is a possibility but would certainly need much more discussion; the
> original ticket was asking for clarification on @from in these instances
> (in comparison to its use on span). Which other elements were you
> thinking this might apply to?
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