On 22/12/12 05:41, Saeed Sarrafzadeh wrote: > On Fri, 21 Dec 2012 05:39:39 -0800, Martin Holmes <[log in to unmask]> > wrote: > >> I vote to keep @corresp in Lite. Although I don't use Lite, I >> can't think of a TEI project of mine that doesn't use @corresp; it >> seems pretty fundamental. >> > > Although I think the work can be done with a more general attribute: > ref but I think that corresp is really a useful mechanism and it'll > be better to stablish it! > Well, @corresp is quite well established in the TEI. The question is whether it ought to continue to be part of TEI Lite, since other more general attributes like @ref are now available. There may have been a case for removing it from Lite on the grounds that it was too specialised -- it really is meant only for cases where the target and the source are interchangeable, as for example where one translates the other. I also think it is meant to be bidirectional -- that is, if corresp(a.b), then corresp(b,a) (which would not be the case for your use case, if I understand it correctly) However, since the Council has decided that we should really not revise Lite substantially,I think the consensus will be to simply correct the inconsistency between the prose and the schema by changing the schema to match the prose, rather than the other way round.