[uf-discuss] [citation] container
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Fri Dec 8 11:19:23 PST 2006
No, not multiple containers, just a single container. I'd just seen the
first (book) example and presumed that there weren't any containers at
all. So there isn't a problem really.
Michael McCracken wrote:
> Sorry, which example?
> There's a container element in my old straw format, and there's a
> container element in the citeproc output example, but I didn't think
> we had any examples with multiple containers.
> On 12/8/06, Alf Eaton <lists at hubmed.org> wrote:
>> Actually, there is currently a container in one of the examples - I
>> was looking at the book example which obviously doesn't have one.
>> On 08 Dec 2006, at 17:49, Alf Eaton wrote:
>> > In our earlier straw proposal <http://microformats.org/wiki/
>> > citation-irc-notes-2006-04-09#Straw_Proposals>, the metadata for
>> > the container of the article was in a class="container" block,
>> > whereas in the current straw proposal <http://microformats.org/wiki/
>> > citation-brainstorming#Working_straw_schema> it's in the same block
>> > as the metadata for the article itself.
>> > The main occasion I can think of where this could be a problem is
>> > if the item is found in multiple containers (eg a track on two
>> > different albums, or a syndicated news article). Should there be a
>> > separate hcitation for each occurence, or should they be condensed
>> > into one with multiple containers?
>> > alf.
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