Re: Topic/Proposal/Argument view of review comments

"Daniel W. Connolly" <>
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 94 10:54:22 EDT
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From: "Daniel W. Connolly" <>
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Subject: Re: Topic/Proposal/Argument view of review comments 
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Terry Allen suggested that this WIT stuff might be distracting.  I can
see that.

I still prefer to get replacements or diffs from the online HTML files
(grab the tar file if you want to have a local copy), but that only
works if it's a simple case of the text of the spec being different
from the general consensus.

For topics for which there is no consensus, the
topic/proposal/argument stuff is handy, and the ReviewTopics doc is a
way of showing everybody where I think the unresolved issues are.


In message <>, "Daniel W. Connolly" writes:
>I am attempting to maintain a view of the review comments in this
>structure at:
>I suggest that everybody take a look at it, and try to use this
>structure when making your comments -- even to the point of
>writing something like:
>	Topic: Level 0 Features
>	Proposal: don't allow H1 inside A
>	In-Support-Of:
>Please try to resist the temptation to stick 27 different topics,
>proposals, and arguments into one message.