1) There are some records near the end of the data like this:

0 @F46@ F100 24709  100 24709    0     0  18316      0  0:00:01  0:00:01 
0:00:00 21636100 24709  100 24709    0     0  18316      0  0:00:01  0:00:01 
0:00:00 21636

It has an ID, but the data value is definitely NOT a legal XML tag name. What 
does the Ruby Quiz spec have to say about that?

2) Looking at the royal.ged example, it seems that--except for the special 
INDI case--if a node has children then it does not have a value.

0 @I1@ INDI
1   NAME Edward_VII  /Wettin/
1   TITL King of England
1   SEX M
1   BIRT
2     DATE Tuesday, 9th November 1841
2     PLAC Buckingham,Palace,London,England
1   DEAT
2     DATE Friday, 6th May 1910
2     PLAC Buckingham,Palace,London,England
1   BURI
2     DATE Friday, 20th May 1910
2     PLAC Windsor,Berkshire,England
1   FAMS @F2@
1   FAMC @F1@
1   RIN 2

Can anybody else confirm this? I'd like to propose that this become

<indi id="@I1@">
   <titl>King of England</titl>
   <sex>M</sex>
   <birt>
     <date>Tuesday, 9th November 1841</date>
     <plac>Buckingham,Palace,London,England</plac>
   </birt>
   <!-- ... -->
</indi>


3) A warning: the first element doesn't have to be level zero.

Jim
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