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From David Crossley <cross...@indexgeo.com.au>
Subject Re: [doc] how to use fixme?
Date Tue, 04 Jun 2002 09:00:20 GMT
Diana Shannon wrote:
> I'm trying to understand how best to use the fixme element for adding 
> comments to docs, either for authors who are willing to update their own 
> work or for problems I cannot solve, at least on the first pass.
> 
> I notice fixme has a required author attribute. In document-v10.dtd, it 
> states:
>     the "author" attribute should match the "key" attribute of the 
> <author> element
>
> I assume this means the attribute id of a person element listed under 
> document/header/authors/person. Still, I don't want to add my name as an 
> author to each and every document which simply needs my fixme comments.
> 
> Should I simply use the id of the existing person listed under authors?

For now i would just use the actual name (or just initials)
of the person who thinks that a <fixme> note is necessary.
I would not worry about trying to match the value up with
other things. There is no content validation happening for
these attributes anyway. So i say do not worry, we can tidy
it up later if we want to rely on it.
--David



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