Re: This is significantly different from what was agreed. - was Re: CFC: Manual testing processes

Hi PatrickThe main point here is not if you like this specific  exception,  but if we can bundle in an implication into a  resolution where it disallows things that were not understood or agreed .  It was not what was discussed and I think a real discussion is  needed before we make a policy that blocks them.

All the best

Lisa Seeman

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---- On Wed, 15 Feb 2017 16:43:24 +0200 Patrick H. Lauke<> wrote ---- 

My concern with having user testing as a means to trigger an exception 
would be that it's a slippery slope. Will other SCs get this type of 
exception? Does this in essence say 
"you as an author MUST follow this SC ... unless you can find 5 people 
that say you not following this SC is fine" 
This suggests to me as a reader that the normative advice in the SC is 
actually quite context-dependent, so perhaps shouldn't be normative 
advice in the first place unless the exact context can be unambiguously 
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