Re: Agenda for Washington

Alan Emtage <bajan@bunyip.com> Mon, 09 November 1992 03:49 UTC

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From: Alan Emtage <bajan@bunyip.com>
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To: Simon Spero <ses@sunsite.unc.edu>
Subject: Re: Agenda for Washington
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[Simon Spero writes:]
> >5) Other business
> 
> There's a couple of items I'd like to bring up: 
> 
> 1: A co-ordinated plan to IAFAfy  existing stuff, so it only gets done once

That's a good idea... although my first impression is that its
reminiscent to opening the Gates of Hell :-)

> 2: A discussion of neat tools that can use or create IAFA documents.

I'll put it down...



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