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From: Rick Van Dusen <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Fwd: Re: Name changes in narratives
Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2011 21:16:10 -0700
I know I do, and with a vengeance. How can I add any fact (including
creating the person record in the first place) without having a source?
And why would I want to pass the raw data on without demonstrating to my
reader that I didn't just make all this up?
I definitely enter sources for each and every fact, and if there's
anybody who's been following this list for longer than a month or so who
doesn't know my stand on citing sources, I haven't been nearly as
adamant as I think I've been! <g>
Terry Reigel wrote:
> Ian Singer wrote:
>> I record them the same way anyone else does. I go to add
>> person and do not list a source.
> I beg to differ. I think most users enter sources when they add people, and thus end up with citations for each tag that is created by the Add Person screen. The fact that you choose not to do that is why you don't have citations on your Name tags, and why you can't tell which names came from which source.
> Terry Reigel
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