[Om] TEI spec has outdated links to OM [Re: TEI refers to OpenMath and OMDoc]
ch.lange at jacobs-university.de
Sun Aug 1 00:34:44 CEST 2010
2010-08-01 00:05 Paul Libbrecht <paul at activemath.org>:
> It would be polite to fix such things by a redirect on our side, or?
Indeed you're right about that. Still, there are some other changes
(MathML/OpenMath alignment, etc.) about which we should probably notify them
in a politically correct way. Or, for example, I think it's really not
necessary that their primary link to OpenMath is nag.co.uk (which, however,
> Can you list all of them?
Here they are:
> The OpenMath Standard (http://www.openmath.org/V2/standard/index.html) consists of specifications for
Maybe that should be http://www.openmath.org/standard/om20-2004-06-30/
> 1. OpenMath objects, representing the structure of formulæ (http://www.openmath.org/V2/standard/objects.html);
> 2. Content Dictionaries, providing semantic context (http://www.openmath.org/V2/standard/cd.html);
> 3. Encodings, both binary (http://www.openmath.org/V2/standard/binary.html)
> and XML (http://www.openmath.org/V2/standard/xml.html).
A Google search for "link:openmath.org site:tei-c.org" does not list more than
these. BTW, it seems that their text on OpenMath has not changed from TEI P4
(2002) to P5 (2007).
Christoph Lange, Jacobs Univ. Bremen, http://kwarc.info/clange, Skype duke4701
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