On 23 Feb 2014, at 12:27, Lou Burnard <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> All of this philosophical folderoll notwithstanding, I do think that there is a good use case for a special kind of <state> within <person> which contains personographical data about a person(a) which the encoder asserts as being assumed by the parent <person>. At its simplest there might just be a name, but it's easy to imagine other persEvents being added.
I was thinking it was more eventLike that stateLike. depends on the circumstances, I suppose.
my only worry is whether its a new <persona>, or allowing <person> to nest inside <person>. Is
there anything about a <person> which a <persona> would not have as well?
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