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[Bug 13253] Sometimes Change Proposals request a grab bag of changes that are loosely related, but separable in principle

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--- Comment #2 from Edward O'Connor <eoconnor@apple.com> 2011-07-15 17:11:21 UTC ---
I think the prevailing (and only) Change Proposal for ISSUE-150
code-point-verbosity illustrates this issue. In it, Julian proposed two
types of changes to the spec:

* One dealt with how individual code points should be referred to in the
  spec. On this point, he received support from several implementors
  (Anne, Aryeh, and Henri) in the original bug.

* The other type of change was to have the spec define ad-hoc character
  classes, a point on which Henri objected.

The changes, while thematically related, are logically separable and
could indeed be applied to the spec independently of one another.

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