[freedict] Re: revisionDesc/change
- From: Sebastian Humenda <shumenda@xxxxxx>
- To: freedict@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2017 13:50:25 +0100
Piotr Bański schrieb am 07.12.2017, 12:43 +0100:
The howto is outdated, as far as I recall. It never got modified since P4,
No, I rewrote major parts of it. But I updated it with information on what I saw
in the dictionaries, which isn't necessarily the TEI reality.
I didn't say anything about <name>, and frankly, I don't even fully understand
Karl asked whether we are using name or the who attribute or both to markup
authors. You mentioned that swh-eng is a good example That one doesn't use name.
From my experience so far, the who attribute of the change tag only contains
user names, the name tag contains the real name. Personally, I don't care about
the user name, rather about the real name. Therefore is my question, basically
the similar to Karl's question: which one to use, or even both? Should one of
these approaches be enforced by the ODD?
If you consider something outdated, please tell me/us, I'm writing tooling to
automate processes and I don't want to automate the wrong thing.
Sorry for any confusion caused.
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