[uf-discuss] hCite progress
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Mon Nov 13 13:11:52 PST 2006
On 11/13/06, Andy Mabbett <andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk> wrote:
> But citation uFs are being recommended for more than pure academic
> citations - in resumes, for example, where the page count is likely to
> be far more relevant.
I seriously doubt it. I certainly wouldn't include it (and don't) in my CV.
> >Page count is only relevant to publishers and book stores (maybe).
> That's an assertion for which you can provide no evidence.
Likewise. Look, I don't have time to track down a heap of evidence for
you; either accept my argument, or don't.
> >some use start/end and others a single property.
> So why not allow both to be marked up?
I'm really not that invested in this. I gave my suggestion for the
best solution. You're entitled to your's. Either way is more-or-less
fine by me.
But I do feel strongly that page count is beyond scope. Do we want to
then include ways to encode the length of a CD or a DVD film or an
HTML document? I think not, particularly when there are more important
issues to worry about.
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