From: William M. Klein <wmklein@ix...> - 2000-09-12 18:47:48
For those of you with various "issues" (e.g. Public/private, etc) that
want them on the Agenda for the upcoming J4 meeting, please note the
A) "input" documents that do not actually propose a change PROBABLY will
not be "time-limited" if they aren't submitted by the two-week deadline.
B) IMHO, there is ALREADY too many papers available for J4 to get thru
them all in 5 days (the length of this meeting) so papers submitted now
MAY OR MAY NOT be discussed at all.
C) The J4 "goal" (expectation?) is have the OUTPUT of the December
meeting be sent to ISO for a FCD (Final Committee Draft) review.
Therefore, (again IMHO) if you want a CHANGE to the draft and you are
just raising an issue, then you MUST get it discussed at the Oct meeting
to meet the draft deadline. (This would allow someone to draft a change
for approval at the December meeting.)
From: <snip> Don Schricker
Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2000 10:33 AM
Next Monday (September 18) is the deadline for submission of documents
before the 2-week deadline for the October meeting.
Don Schricker; Massachusetts, USA; Don.Schricker@...
MERANT manager of language standards