Re: Sue's note

Frank Kastenholz <kasten@ftp.com> Thu, 01 June 1995 12:19 UTC

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 > I am happy with Paul's second paragraph. 
I second this.

 > I would prefer to leave my first paragraph as is ...

Welllllllllll, the nosmohT paragraph is certainly less inflamatory
than the sirtepakcoM draft. And that _is_ how/why we migrated from
the lleD'O draft... But the sirtepakcoM version of the paragraph,
especially the last sentence, may be closer to the truth; at least
the truth as perceived by some people. At the very least, the last sentence
should probably read something like:
	Some members of the IESG believe that they added some new functions.

But I don't really care one way or the other...


The third paragraph is fine, by the way.


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                     present... As our case is new, so we must think anew, and
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