Thank you for the response! Well, the header I've just prepared has a
<p> under <text> and <body>, which contains a single sentence with a
single <ref> in it. Of course, this can be called, hmm, abuse of the
But it's the intentions that I'm interested in. Independent headers used
to be printed on many of the flags that the TEI once waved. Have we got
so conceited as to burn them all? A lot of selling points gone in that
smoke, it seems.
Piotr (rubbing his hands in anticipation...)
On 21/02/15 21:05, Peter Stadler wrote:
> Others will probably be able to tell you more on the historic shift from P4 to P5 but to my knowledge a TEI P5 conformant document *must* contain "a single teiHeader element followed by a single text element, in that order“ [1,2] (I’m skipping the teiCorpus stuff and note that we introduced model.resourceLike which can replace <text>, but still, there has to come something after <teiHeader>)
> So, officially there are no independent headers any more, I’d say!?
> Hope that helps
>  http://www.tei-c.org/release/doc/tei-p5-doc/en/html/USE.html#CFAMmc
>  http://www.tei-c.org/release/doc/tei-p5-doc/en/html/ref-TEI.html
>> Am 20.02.2015 um 12:02 schrieb Piotr Bański <[log in to unmask]>:
>> Hi all,
>> Are independent/free-standing TEI headers gone with P4?
>> I can't find any mention on them, either in the P5 guidelines or in the wiki.
>> I can find this, though:
>> And a poster from TEI@20, by Michelle Dalmau and Melanie Schlosser, addressing among others "alternatives to the [independent header schema] in light of P5" (which might just indicate a change of the technology for maintaining said schema).
>> I'll be grateful for any pointers and information.
>> Best regards,