Re: [niso-sts] <subj-group> and marking up taxonomies

Subject: Re: [niso-sts] <subj-group> and marking up taxonomies
From: "Dorothée Stadler doro@xxxxxxxxxxx" <niso-sts-list-service@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2018 10:46:15 -0000
Thank you all for your helpful feedback, I have submitted my comment on the
link suggested by Bruce and hope it will be taken into account.
Kind regards

DorothC)e Stadler

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> On 23. Apr 2018, at 17:32, dal dalapeyre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
<niso-sts-list-service@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Apr 23, 2018, at 7:55 AM, DorothC)e Stadler doro@xxxxxxxxxxx  wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I have a question about the element <subj-group>. Why is this element only
allowed inside the various bmetab elements?
>> It is of course useful to be able to have this categorisation into
different taxonomies or vocabularies alongside ICS, but we have use cases
where webd like to add more detailed taxonomies at the section, paragraph or
requirement level. The <kwd-group>  is also quite restricted in where it is
allowed. Am I missing something or is there no element that would enable
markup of taxonomies at a more detailed level (apart from my good friend
<named-content> of course) :-)
> In JATS (one of the NISO STS parent standards)
> there is an element inside Section (<sec>)
> called <sec-meta> that holds (among other things)
> keyword groups (<kwd-group>). Also in JATS,
> keyword groups are allowed inside figure,
> statement, display equation, tables, boxed-text,
> appendices, graphic and media, etc.
> NISO STS allows keywords only in appendix groups,
> figure groups, graphic and media, and all the
> standard-level metadata containers.
> Most probably, NISO STS does not allow keywords in
> all the places JATS does, because ISO STS did not use them,
> and STS version 1.0 was heavily influenced by ISO STS.
> Enhanced keyword positioning would be easy (and backward
> compatible) to add to STS.
> It sounds to me like this should be a request to the (newly
> constituted and not yet meeting) NISO STS Standing Committee.
> Please add a "Comment on the Tag Suite" on the form at:
> bDebbie
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