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LC comment for SpecGL : 'sentences and paragraphs (section 3.1)'

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Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2003 19:48 +0900
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Here is a last call comment from Susan Lesch (lesch@w3.org) 
on QA Framework : Specifications Guidelines (and Examples and Techniques)
received by the LC form system.

Submitted on behalf of: N/A
Comment type: Editorial
The comment applies to: "Overall"
Comment title: sentences and paragraphs (section 3.1)

In section 3.1, "sentences" becomes "typically, one paragraph...." Is a sentence containing an RFC 2119 key word a unit of being normative, or do you mean that a paragraph containing such a sentence is or can be the unit?

I'm not sure if it is important to draw a line. Section 4's definition of normative says "text in a specification which is prescriptive or contains conformance requirements" which seems to mean any text with no boundaries (for example, like section, chapter, slice).

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