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RE: Crossreferencing the spec list with Apache's

From: Paul Denning <pauld@mitre.org>
Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2004 14:51:04 -0500
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At 02:43 PM 2004-02-02, David Booth wrote:

>I agree with Roger, that adding such a link to the document would cross 
>the line of authority that the WG granted to Hugo and me to make 
>"non-substantive" changes necessary for publication.
>
>HOWEVER, I think there is another way that we can achieve a similar effect 
>without crossing that line.  Roger or Paul could re-send their list and 
>include a link to the Apache list at the top (as a "See also").

I don't mind doing this.
Also see the message I just sent, which recommends you create a page.  If 
you create this page, I can include it in the See also.

Paul


>I can then update the link in the WSA document to point to Roger and 
>Paul's updated list, which I believe would be within our authority.
>
>Roger or Paul, are you willing to do that?

Yes, but first let me know if you create the page I suggest so I can 
include it in the See Also.


>At 12:31 PM 2/1/2004 -0600, Cutler, Roger (RogerCutler) wrote:
>>. . .
>>Actually, now that I have thought more about it, I regret to say that I
>>think putting in such a link is on the wrong side of the line, and that
>>drawing and maintaining that line is really important. . . .
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