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We need to clarify for both locus and biblScope whether @from can be used independently of @to (as with, e.g. <span>), and if so what it means (from here to end, or this point only?)
Assigning to martindholmes and setting as AMBER as will need further discussion.
Noting that before working on this, I need to check what Lou has done on ticket <http://purl.org/tei/FR/3518932>, which I think may overlap.
Breakout group thinks that for encoding "p. 3", we are happy with either:
<biblScope from="3" to="3">3</biblScope>
and want Council to say which they prefer.
For encoding "p. 3ff", you should do
Sorry for putting my 2p here but you don't seriously think @n is an option. If you want to keep some kind of coherence ("interop"?) with analogous construct (cf. your second example), you should just rely on @from-@to. Or have I missed something.... ?
Council face-to-face 2013-04 agrees with this; EM to clarify by using a 'remarks' in the elementSpecs of locus, biblScope, and citedRange.
(For Laurent's benefit, we decided not use @n.)
Oxford 2013-11 face-to-face: EM to do before next teleconference.
Added <remark>s to explain usage when
a) only one page or unit is cited. = use @from, @to with identical value
b) only start page is cited. = use @from alone.
to the following elements: <locus>, <biblScope>, <citedRange>
Closed, as per comment above