[osis-core] Should we allow <table> as a chid of <p> and <speech>
Wed, 14 May 2003 09:39:17 -0600
The format markers in 1Esd 8:29-40 indicated a table. In this case it
was a one dimensional table so I used a list (which IS allowed in a
speech) rather than a table which is believe is more appropriate for
However, I do thing that a table and makes sense within a <p> and there
could be cases where it would make sense within a <speech>.
Within a speech it a person can speak the contents of a two or three
column table fairly easily. "The winners of the science fair with their
school, grade, category, and placement are: Joe Smith, A High School,
11th grade, biology, first place, Jill White, B High School, 10th grade,
electronics, second place, ..."
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> Subject: Re: [osis-core] Should we allow <table> as a chid of <p> and
> Todd Tillinghast wrote:
> >There can arise cases where a <table> should be the child of a <p> or
> ><speech> element.
> Since <table> is a sibling of <p> and <speech> (which I find hard to
> think of a case where someone reads a table off in either a Bible text
> or commentary), I don't see the value of adding it as a child of
> one. It is possible to encode a table as a child of either one I
> but why would you want to?
> Noting that TEI does not allow in <speech> but (improperly in my
> opinion) allows it in <p>.
> Do you have an instance of where you gain anything from encoding
> inside of <p>?
> Hope you are having a great day!
> >We should consider a change to the schema for this case as well.
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> >>Subject: [osis-core] Should we allow <divineName> in <catchWord>
> >>Currently <catchword> does not allow <divineName> as a child. I
> >>case where LORD is a part of a <catchWord>.
> >>Should we add <divineName> as a child of <catchword>.
> >>See the footnote of CEV 1Kgs.8.62.
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> Patrick Durusau
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