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Representation of Inline Codes

What set of elements should XLIFF 2.0 use to represent inline codes?

How should inline codes should be represented?
Essentially this is to decide if span-like codes can be represented with span-like elements in XLIFF 2.0. In addition this also decides if sc/ec should be a special case of ph.

a) ph, pc, sc, ec:
ph for placeholder codes (e.g )
pc for well-formed span-like codes (e.g ...)
sc/ec for span-like codes that are not well-formed.

b) ph, sc, ec:
ph for placeholder codes (e.g )
sc/ec represent all span-like codes (well-formed and not well-formed), no pc

c) ph, pc:
ph for placeholder codes (e.g ) and for not-well-formed span-like codes (no sc/ec)
pc for well-formed span-like codes (e.g ...)

d) ph:
everything is represented with ph

 [ ]  ph, pc, sc, ec
 [ ]  ph, sc, ec
 [ ]  ph, pc
 [ ]  ph
Opening:   Tuesday, 13 December 2011 @ 09:00 am PST
Closing:   Monday, 9 January 2012 @ 08:00 pm PST
Group:   XLIFF Inline Markup SC
Ballot has closed.

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Voting Details

Voting Summary

Options with highest number of votes are bold

Option # Votes % of Total
ph, pc, sc, ec 3 75%
ph, sc, ec 1 25%
ph, pc 0 0%
ph 0 0%
Eligible members who have voted: 4 of 7 57%
Eligible members who have abstained: 0 of 7 0%
Eligible members who have not voted: 3 of 7 43%

Voting Details

Voter Company VoteReference Document and/or Comment
Yves Savourel
ENLASO Corporation
ph, pc, sc, ec
Arle Lommel
Globalization and Localization Association...
David Walters
Bryan Schnabel
ph, pc, sc, ec
Fredrik Estreen
ph, sc, ec
Christian Lieske
ph, pc, sc, ec
Andrew Swift
SDL International