Or, homonymically, "that it is valid in one sense (i.e., formally robust TEI-XML) is no guarantee that it is in another (i.e., tag-sound from a semantic p.o.v.)"?
On Jan 24, 2008, at 11:00 AM, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:

Robert Whalen wrote:
 Be warned fellow P5 novitiates (if you're out there): that it validates is no guarantee that it's valid.
perhaps better "that it validates is no guarantee that it's correct"....

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