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The schema is developed at [https://gitlab.gwdg.de/lido/development](https://gitlab.gwdg.de/lido/development)
LIDO v1.1 is backwards compatible with LIDO v1.0. For a summary of changes please refer to the repository’s [README](https://gitlab.gwdg.de/lido/development/-/blob/master/README.md). The full history of LIDO can be found in the [LIDO v1.0 specification, Chapter 2.3 History of the schema](http://www.lido-schema.org/schema/v1.0/lido-v1.0-specification.pdf).
LIDO v1.1 is backwards compatible with LIDO v1.0. For a summary of changes please refer to the chapter "# What's new in LIDO v1.1 Public Beta". The full history of LIDO can be found in the [LIDO v1.0 specification, Chapter 2.3 History of the schema](http://www.lido-schema.org/schema/v1.0/lido-v1.0-specification.pdf).
Prepared for CIDOC LIDO Working Group by LIDO-DE Working Group.
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We introduced Schematron as a second quality assurance mechanism. This is e.g. used to ensure that dates comply to the xs:dateTime requirements.
While there are Schematron rules in the schema itself which we consider as essential for data quality, more quality assuring rules can be found in `lido-qa.xsd`. If you want these included in the validation, choose the schema `lido-v1.1.xsd`. If you do not want these to be included in the validation, choose the schema `lidov1.1-unrestricted.xsd`.
While there are Schematron rules in the schema itself which we consider as essential for data quality, more quality assuring rules can be found in `lido-v1.1-public-beta-schematron-rules.xsd`. If you want these included in the validation, choose the schema `llido-v1.1-public-beta-qa.xsd`. If you do not want these to be included in the validation, choose the schema `lido-v1.1-public-beta.xsd`.
## New Elements (and Why They Have Been Introduced)
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