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I have been using (perhaps abusively) <revisionDesc> to record the publication stages of a journal paper. How do you feel with:
<revisionDesc>
<change when="2007-11-22">Submitted</change>
<change when="2008-11-04">Revised</change>
<change when="2009-02-17">Accepted</change>
</revisionDesc>
In any case I would suggest that you use a construct allowing you to have a nice and standardized @when attribute for your dates.


Le 25 juin 09 à 15:51, Sebastian Rahtz a écrit :

We use TEI to write common-or-garden web pages; for each page
we record a publication date (when the document was written) and
an editon date (when it was last noticeably revised).

I now want to record a status (eg "frozen", "expired", "checked")
for each page, and I am sore pressed to find a simple container for my
data.

What would others do? I am half-inclined to a local attribute:

 <editionStmt>
   <edition ox:status="expired">2001-06</edition>
</editionStmt>

but even that does not seem 100% semantically correct.

Ideas?

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