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RE: Is issue 353 really all set in the text

From: <noah_mendelsohn@us.ibm.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 18:10:21 -0400
To: henrikn@microsoft.com, marc.hadley@sun.com, "Martin Gudgin" <mgudgin@microsoft.com>, moreau@crf.canon.fr, www-archive@w3.org
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Noah asks Gudge:

>> >> I think this covers the fourth entry for 353

>> But the comment was specifically about the first
>> sentence, which still says: "Each graph edge is encoded
>> as an element information item and each element
>> information item represents a graph edge.", which
>> borderline contradicts your change to the bullet. I
>> agree with the commentator that the first sentence
>> should probably change too, but if you feel not, then my
>> response to him should indicate that we have rejected
>> the specifics of his suggestion, but made another
>> change.  Since the Edtodo list implied we'd accepted
>> the suggestion, I wanted to doublecheck.

I guess I wasn't clear that I'm holding off on closing this one until 
we're clear on the sentence in question.  Gudge (or anyone who knows): are 
we really not changing it?  I think the commentator is probably right that 
it should be changed.  I can check in a change if that's what we want. 
Thanks.

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Noah Mendelsohn
09/20/2002 10:56 AM


        To:     "Martin Gudgin" <mgudgin@microsoft.com>
        cc:     henrikn@microsoft.com, marc.hadley@sun.com, moreau@crf.canon.fr, 
www-archive@w3.org
        Subject:        RE: Is issue 353 really all set in the text


Gudge writes:

>> I added text to bullet 1 under 3.1.1 that says
>> 
>> 'In such cases the element information item represents
>> both a graph edge and a graph node'
Good, thank you.

>> I think this covers the fourth entry for 353

But the comment was specifically about the first
sentence, which still says: "Each graph edge is encoded
as an element information item and each element
information item represents a graph edge.", which
borderline contradicts your change to the bullet. I
agree with the commentator that the first sentence
should probably change too, but if you feel not, then my
response to him should indicate that we have rejected
the specifics of his suggestion, but made another
change.  Since the Edtodo list implied we'd accepted
the suggestion, I wanted to doublecheck.

>> 
>> You are correct that our resolution regarding
>> inbound/outbound etc for edges has covered the third
>> entry for 353
Good, thank you.

>> I've been setting issues to 'closed' once I've sent the
>> resolution text.
OK, will probably not be until Monday or Tues., but I'll do it.  Thanks.

>> 
>> Gudge

Thank  you!

Noah

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