Lars Aronsson lars at
Tue Apr 24 04:53:28 CEST 2007

Doug Ewell wrote:

> Clearly, if one side says there is controversy and the other 
> side says there is none, there is controversy.

As a newcomer and lurker on this list, I find it hard to 
understand *who* was against and on what grounds, and whether that 
question is even relevant.  Could even a complete outsider (both 
to Belarusian and to this standardization process) like myself 
voice a protest to any proposal, and would that be a way to stop 
it from being accepted?  Or is there any requirement to qualify or 
justify dissent?

  Lars Aronsson (lars at
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