50 books or Web pages
nobody at xyzzy.claranet.de
Sat Dec 8 23:32:53 CET 2007
Michael Everson wrote:
>> it's a case of a list member asking for more information.
> The Reviewer is a member of the list.
That's what I wrote. "Reviewer" is the "hat on" business after
the review of a formal request. So far we've seen a request for
2004-ortograf, that's no subtag.
>> The *reviewer* can't invent new rules like "produce 50 web sites"
> Rule? It was a request, and one that I thought up even though no
> other list member did.
That's why you posted the request as list member (hat off) and not
as some reviewer rule (hat on).
> Do you want me to sock-puppet?
No, I'm fine with personal opinions of ADs, Chairs, reviewers, etc.
as long as it's always clear when they switch to "hat on" business.
> I didn't say that if he didn't produce 50 his request would be
Because you said it as list member, yes. Later you wrote that you
said it as reviewer, but that wasn't the case, the reviewer can't
make up such rules.
> This Reviewer isn't interested in the Registry becoming a site
> for vanity orthographies. So I WILL be cautious about things
> like this.
That's good. For unclear reasons we often get into arguments
about issues where we actually agree.
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