[uf-discuss] [hCite] dates
michael.mccracken at gmail.com
Wed Jan 17 10:21:08 PST 2007
On 1/17/07, Joe Andrieu <joe at andrieu.net> wrote:
> Michael McCracken wrote:
> > On 1/17/07, Joe Andrieu <joe at andrieu.net> wrote:
> > > Actually, date accessed has at least three more examples:
> > > umich
> > > ning
> > > Google
> > >
> > > However, they use "retrieved" rather than accessed,
> > although it is the
> > > same meaning.
> > >
> > > What would be the right way to make the "retrieved" and "accessed"
> > > labels as synonymous?
> > I don't fully understand the question? Do you mean to allow
> > using either as a class name? I think just having one in the
> > uf, and if necessary noting that they mean the same thing,
> > should be enough.
> Sorry, Mike. I wasn't very clear.
> I meant as far as the wiki is concerned. I doubt this is the first time,
> nor will it be the last time, that the "retrieved" dates get missed in
> the scan for "accessed" dates.
> Certainly for the uF, one class name is plenty.
Ah, OK. For the wiki, why not just s/retrieved/accessed/ and add a
footnote to each case where that substitution was made to note the
original value, so it still maps back to the examples? (Assuming that
the different terms stem from differences in the examples)
UCSD CSE PhD Candidate
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