Re: NIR Report needs final review

Jill.Foster@newcastle.ac.uk Tue, 11 January 1994 15:22 UTC

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Someone asked on the unite list re reviewing the report.

>Yes. What do we need to do with it?

We need volunteers to take a few of the tool (or group) templates and check
that they are reasonably accurate and current and fair.  I think they are
fair - but given that they re written by the tool developers - they may
paint too rosy a view of the situation :-) and may miss out some
significant third party developments that are known to other sectors of the
community. Each person doing this should liaise with the template
contributors (and me) to ensure they are haapy with any proposed changes to
their templates.

Volunteers reply to me please!!

-- Jill