Metadata on Text Creation Partnership resources

I recognize that Text Creation Partnership resources are sold with appropriate notice that they are not tagged. I understand that restriction and accept that I must use labels and community tags on the resources which I use most. However, is there any reason that we can't request a change in the type if and only if the proposed type does not require any tagging? I am thinking of how useful resources such as these would be if they were in the catechism library type. Mather, Cotton. The A, B, C. of Religion. Early American Imprints, 1639-1800; No. 1614. Boston: Printed & sold by Timothy Green, at the lower end of Middle-Street, 1713. Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo. An Ample Declaration of the Christian Doctrine. Composed in Italian by the Renowned Cardinal: Card. Bellarmine. Translated into English by Richard Hadock D. of Diuinitie. Early English Books Online. Roan i.e. England: English Secret Press, 1604. Brinsley, John. A Breviate of Saving Knowledge, Or, The Principles of Christian Religion Methodically Digested into Short Questions and Answers Purposely Composed and Published, for the Use and Benefit of such as Have Good Desires but Weake Memories, by I.B. Early English Books Online. London: G.M. for Iohn Burroughes .., 1643. Norton, John. A Brief Catechisme Containing the Doctrine of Godlines, or of Living unto God. Early American Imprints, 1639-1800; No. 63. Cambridg i.e., Cambridge, Mass.: S.G. and M.J. i.e., Samuel Green and Marmaduke Johnson New-England, 1660. Cotton, Seaborn. A Brief Summe of the Cheif Articles of Our Christian Faith, Composed in Way of Question and Answer, Now Published, Especially for the Benefit of the Town of Hampton. Early American Imprints, 1639-1800; No. 77. Cambridg i.e., Cambridge, Mass.: Samuel Green, 1663. I would expect users to initiate a request for the change in type. It would position Faithlife in a much better marketing position as the Tradivox series is released - note Bellarmine in Tradivox vol 2 is already in my list above.

MJ. Smith posted over 1 year ago