Re: DisCo question

Hi Ben, Ralph,

I'm happy to use the ACTION annotations, but it seems a bit redundant
if we have a CHANGE-TYPE annotation and a RESOLUTION annotation. I
also think the word "Reject" sounds, well, a bit rude. Is the ACTION
annotation strictly necessary?


On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 07:54:30AM -0400, Ralph R. Swick wrote:
> At 08:29 PM 10/9/2008 -0700, Ben Adida wrote:
> >the way I interpreted it
> >is as follows: if the WG decides that the comment is valid and requires
> >some action, then Accept, otherwise Reject.
> I would interpret these two terms as
>   Accept -- a change was suggested and the Group agrees to make
>   some (not necessarily the same) change.
>   Reject - a change was suggested and the Group declines to do so.
> Some comments may not request changes but only express
> support or ask for clarification.  We want to include these in
> our Disposition of Comments report as further evidence that
> the spec has been reviewed. Clearly we don't Reject these :)
> (And they're probably CHANGE-TYPE: None)

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