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Re: DoT

What is line-link?

Anatoly Volynets wrote:
> "Dialogue of Texts is organized set of texts cross-referenced on basis
> of arguments.
> Each dialogue has set of "points", and each text is broken into
> sections, that refer
> to these points. Dialogue can be presented to user in following ways:
> * One text at a time, annotated with links to relevant "points"
> * As list of "points", with references to places in each text where
> these points are discussed
> * As interleaving texts, for cases where arguing texts are organized
> similarly enough for that to make sense."
> A text in DoT can be just a one line saying. Hence, set of points,
> although sounds reasonable, can be an optional feature and probably
> for a next uu version. I don't see it  a critical necessity.
> Even a large chunk of text is not necessary to be broken in sections.
> We can think about this possibility as optional one.
> I think DoT is presented:
> 1. First of all, by its contents, each line-link consisting of: Piece
> Title, Title of the work it was taken from, Author's name, Presenter's
> name (almost like in a traditional collection)
> 2. Then each text, when we go there, is accompanied by "Links To" (see
> specs)
> I believe it is quite enough to serve the original idea.

Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh
Total Knowledge. CTO

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