Re: One last nit

Scott Bradner <sob@newdev.harvard.edu> Thu, 16 March 1995 04:16 UTC

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From: Scott Bradner <sob@newdev.harvard.edu>
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Subject: Re: One last nit

> For example, I suggest that the ISOC lawyer, ... make such a statement

I requested such a statement last week, I expect to get one before Danvers and
will forward it to the IESG when I get it.

Scott