Change to OMR specs


Change to OMR specs
#1
Dear LSB,

Please discuss and vote the change to the Official Model Repository (OMR) Specification Version 1.0.2

Quote:Unofficial parts are allowed to be used, but must be included in the MPD as referenced subfiles. The filename of the unofficial part is subject to the following naming rules:

Thx, w.
LEGO ergo sum
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Re: Change to OMR specs
#2
I agree with adding this requirement. I think it would be better for someone other than myself to come up with the naming restrictions.
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Re: Change to OMR specs
#3
It's all already there: Official Model Repository (OMR) Specification Version 1.0.2

Therefore the whole paragraph would read:

Quote:Unofficial parts are allowed to be used, but must be included in the MPD as referenced subfiles. The filename of the unofficial part is subject to the following naming rules:

<Set Number>[-<Optional Qualifier>] - <Unofficial Part Number>.dat

Where:
<Set Number> is the the number printed on the model's container.
<Optional Qualifier> is a sequential number, starting with 1, added if there is more than one set that could be assigned <Set Number>.
<Unofficial Part Number> is the unofficial part number assigned in that very moment.

Example:
33956.dat would be renamed to 3345 - 33956.dat or 3345-1 - 33956.dat.

It is highly encouraged that any parts created for use in an OMR file be submitted to the LDraw.org Parts Tracker.

If a part is unavailable either officially or on the LDraw.org Parts Tracker, a suitable substitution may be made. If the unavailable part is a patterned part with an unpatterned version available, use the unpatterned version. A comment should be inserted stating that a substitution has been made or, if no substitution is available/suitable, that a piece has been omitted. Reference the step and page number of the instructions if possible.

w.
LEGO ergo sum
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Re: Change to OMR specs
#4
I'm ok with this change too, so as far I'm concerned we could vote in this thread to make it definitive asap.
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