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blizzard of new bugs

From: John Arwe <johnarwe@us.ibm.com>
Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2007 17:12:22 -0400
To: public-sml@w3.org
Message-ID: <OFA67F8906.8C52ADF6-ON85257367.0073A792-85257367.0074A42C@us.ibm.com>
Some of you might have noticed the minor boomlet of bugs I opened this 
weekend (5091-5121 roughly).  Almost exactly 9 months after the Denver 
blizzards (read the news if your reaction is "huh?"), purely by 
coincidence...really.
In the bot-generated emails you can observe that on roughly half of them I 
took the liberty of asserting in advance that they are editorial (eg 
5113).  I was  _very_ conservative about these, meaning I only marked them 
editorial if I was 100% sure no one would find them controversial. 
However, I could be wrong.  So please have a look through those first, and 
if you disagree any is editorial just update the bug and remove the 
keyword so it moves back into the "to be triaged" pile.  I would like the 
editors to hold off on fixing them until Thursday's call; after that 
unless someone objects I would like to treat them as then-marked.  Amongst 
other things this will keep the editorial machine humming while we work 
through some of the proposals on the table.
I tried to be a very good little commentor by providing concrete proposals 
in all bugs.  At the moment we have no way to know that, but it seems to 
be a useful distinguishing characteristic so we will investigate adding a 
keyword for searching.

Best Regards, John

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Received on Monday, 1 October 2007 21:12:40 UTC

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