From: Philippe Verdy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 20 2004 - 16:21:55 CDT
From: "Peter Constable" <email@example.com>
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
> On Behalf
> > Of Michael Everson
> > I hope this satisfies you.
> If they are consistent and reliable, I'm satisfied with them. I hope you
> will be preparing a page for corrigenda / errata.
> It's not a big issue, but I don't understand why the dates don't match:
> was "Arab" added on January 9 or May 1? So, they're not entirely
> Also, it appears you have not fixed a serious error in the plain-text
> file: it is not well-structured. Some rows have 6 columns, and some have
No the structure is correct, however the text file was prepared by copy/pasting
HTML text inserted in empty cells, namely the " " character reference (that
contains a syntaxic semicolon conflicting with the CSV separator). That's the
first thing I had signaled to Michael several days ago, and he has acknowledged
it and corrected it in its new update.
I have already signaled almost all bugs and inconsistencies to Michael, and
prepared corrected files.
Micheal has just changed the online version (but with the wrong dates...that's
There is still a conflict of "Code" for Mandaean, is it "Mand" or "Mnda"?
- Table 1 (HTML by Code):
- Table 2 (HTML by N°):
- Table 3 (HTML by Name):
- same thing for Table 3 (plain-text by Name)
- Table 4 (HTML by Nom):
As Michael indicates that the plain-text should be the reference, then it
suggests "Mnda" and not "Mand"... But the new plain-text version uses "Mand"...
I had already signaled it in a past message... So it's also irritating.
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