→Writing your own form definitions: the "I have been told" is not needed this is a wiki write in the third person as people don't know who you are
* <code>id</code> : A unique code to identify the form definition. You will use this code in the "Form" attribute of the source.
* <code>type</code>: The type of the event created by the form editor. This value will appear in the "<code>Type</code>" column of events ("EventType"). It would be wise to avoid standard ones, for example, to add death information you could specify "Death.Info" or another one you make up (
I have been told that data loss is possible otherwise).
* <code>title</code> : A description of the form. As far as I know, anything goes here and I haven't seen it used anywhere.
* <code>date</code> : An optional date in a Gramps date format. This is only useful for census definitions or similar events that happen on a specific date.