Swiss German, spoken
petercon at microsoft.com
Mon Jun 13 17:41:25 CEST 2005
> From: JFC (Jefsey) Morfin [mailto:jefsey at jefsey.com]
> As long as the transition stay within classification, I
> can only object when you by-pass the rules for you (TJ/CN) and
> Karen. When you make it de facto normative you trespasses your scope.
Mr. Morfin, once again you are making empty accusations. I dealt with my
requests for tags with TJ and CN and also with Karen's request based on
what is currently normative under RFC 3066. I have not by-pass any rules
on either occasion.
If I embarrassed Karen (which I doubt), then I most sincerely apologize.
Having worked with her before this I believe the working relationship is
> I proposed the way to make everyone happy: to include a degree of
> to the language (I named the referent) and another one to the user (I
> it the style).
You can do no more at present than what I and others have suggested. And
that is what the current discussion is about. For some reason, you seem
to think your inability is laudable while my same inability is
short-sighted and attempting to by-pass rules.
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