FreeBMD-Admins-L ArchivesArchiver > FreeBMD-Admins > 2010-10 > 1286712517
Date: Sun, 10 Oct 2010 13:12:00 +0100
I recently did a printed page of SHAWs in which the surname at the top of the second column was obliterated.
Quandary.... On the one hand logic dictates that the name is SHAW (as evidenced by the subsequent page). On the other hand TWYS implies no second-guessing of what's in the index. In the event I followed TWYS & ended up with a columnful of ?s instead of SHAWs but it rankles me that these entries will be useless in the search engine.
I'm tempted to amend the file as I'm wondering whether this may be a suitable case for bending the TWYS rule. It'd be interesting to have some clarification.
|TWYS??? by <>|