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Paul- I have attached my comments as tags to the PDF.I have (perhaps inadvisedly) used the term "reaffirmation" in my critique. I realize this is an obsolete term at this point. On the other hand, its requirements were well-understood and quite specific. So at this point when reaffirmation is fresh in our memory, it is an accurate reference point.
My comments are down in the details. Mr. Grow's comments (which I read after I created mine) are more from the overview point-of-view. I support them completely. Having the consolidation process tied up in a "rule set" tends to make our difficult document management problem even more difficult.
Best regards, Geoff On 279//11 6:47 AM, Paul Nikolich wrote:
Dear EC members, Attached is a proposal from the SA regarding a guideline for consolidations (also known as editions or roll-ups). I've reviewed it and it looks like a reasonable process. The one gap I would like filled is the time for the SA to respond to a WG Chair 'request for consolidation' be defined (one week, perhaps). Please review the guideline and provide feedback to the EC reflector and Karen McCabe. Thank you. Regards, --Paul ---------- This email is sent from the 802 Executive Committee email reflector. This list is maintained by Listserv.
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Consolidations Guidelines GOT_comments.pdf
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