On Dec 7, 2004, at 10:43 AM, Ray Denenberg, Library of Congress wrote:
> Just to be clear, even if mods and mads have different namespaces,
> wouldn't be both a <mods:title> and <mads:title> unless mods and mads
> definitions' of title differed. If it is a common definition then that
> definition would occur in one or the other (or a third, for a common
> library) and both would reference it from that namespace.
> Conversely, if mods and mads have the same namespace but different
> definitions of title then we'd have to have different title element
> e.g. <modsTitle> and <madsTitle>.
I get the feeling this is going to be messy.
As much as possible, I'd just hope you can keep the namespace issues as
simple as possible. I'd hate to end up with records like: