What is that you want to markup? Perhaps I can make some suggestions.
> From: B.K. DeLong[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Thursday, November 19, 1998 8:27 AM
> To: Multiple recipients of list EAD
> Subject: Re: Need recommendations/guidence for EAD implementation
> At 08:18 AM 11/19/98 -0600, you wrote:
> >Sure. xml is just a form of sgml after all. There are a few
> >differences that need to be addressed. These are in the text for the
> >new application guidelines which I don't have here at work but which
> >will post to the list tomorrow.
> Please do.
> >You need the EAD Tag Library, available from the Society of American
> >Archivists. See also the Summer and Fall 1997 issues of the
> I already have a copy. Sorting through it is rather cubmersome, though
> >Well of course one can always create one's own DTD but then you lose
> >opportunity for interchange with others. Guess it depends on what
> >want to do with the data. thoough in any event, why would you want
> >create a new DTD that is a subset of EAD instead of just using a
> >of EAD directly?
> I notice that Duke University did something similar to what you
> and obviously we do want to be able to interchange with everyone. I'm
> trying to figure out the best tags to use since there are so many of
> How have others dealt with the task of sorting through the tag set and
> picking out what you'll use?
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