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QAH issues for f2f -- overview

From: Lofton Henderson <lofton@rockynet.com>
Date: Tue, 08 Jun 2004 15:52:50 -0600
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Tomorrow (Wednesday), I'll try to finish and circulate my AI for 
enumerating the QAH issues.  Today, here are the sources that I'll expand upon.

For now, am I forgetting any stacked issues or issue sources?  Has anyone 
made any comments that you'd like to have discussed as issues next 
week?  E.g., Karl, are any of your past comments early in QAH drafting 
still applicable?

Dan Connolly:
Synopsis:  likes overall direction; suggests that "IPR" should be replaced 
with clearer, more specific terms like patent, copyright, trademark, trade 
secret, or else with "legal issues" where a generalization is needed.

Jeremy Carroll:
Synopsis:  looks very good, approve overall direction, detailed comments to 
Synopsis:  [@@numerous detailed comments@@]

@@suggestions about use of word "staff"@@

Other:  terminology like "QA deliverables"
Synopsis:  Mark Skall did an AI to replace fuzzy wording.

Other:  [LH to identify bits in the QAH text that have issues]

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