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RE: Guidelines for email

From: Kasday, Leonard <kasday@att.com>
Date: Tue, 11 Nov 1997 13:49:27 -0500
Message-Id: <9711111854.AA11163@hoccson.ho.att.com>
To: "'IG - WAI Interest Group List'" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
	Gregg & George wrote:


	>4) If new text is inserted within the body of the Old message.
	 >     a) Mark all new text with author initials followed by a
colon (e.g   GV:  or  GK:)
	 >         BE CONSISTENT so that a person using a screen reader
can use text search
	 >       to find all your comments.
	 > b) Mention at top of message that you have done so.  For
example:
	 >  My comments are below marked with GV: 

I have a couple of questions

	1. In a case like this where I start off by quoting the original
email, what's the best way to quote and add my comments?  What I've done
here is use the usual greater than sign.  I've also inserted a phrase "I
have a couple of questions" to indicate where what I'm saying starts.

	2. When we mark our comments with our intitials, are you saying
that we mark each line with our initials, for examples

	LRK: Now is the time for all good men
	LRK: to come to the aid of their country.

	This adds reading clutter it seems to me.   Also, the first
sentence runs into the second LRK.  Would some other convention be
better, e.g. to enclose the text by e.g.  "LRK start" and "LRK end".
(Insert your own initials of course, grin).  Here's how it looks and
sounds:

	LRK start: Now is the time for all good men
	to come to the aid of their country.
LRK end.

This is also easier to type.

Len

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