SPC Inquiry for Quad-Aligned Zero -- deprecated since SPC-4 maybe
roweber at IEEE.org
Tue Jan 8 12:38:48 PST 2008
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"We" (including you) are allowed to discuss any SCSI subject you like
here. However, some (dare I say many) of us think this particular
subject amounts to flogging a dead horse.
For example, my best guess is that you have zero change of seeing
a single work of SPC-4 changed as a result of any past or future
discussions of this topic.
We are hoping the root canal will end soon, but that is almost
entirely your call.
As for creating a reflector devoted to the question: "How many
ways can I misinterpret an American National Standard?" ...
I find the prospect repugnant in the extreme.
plavarre at lexar.com wrote:
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>> I'm sorry, I don't see any problem with the text in SPC-4 at present.
>> What is unclear about that?
> Yes, I'm delighted always to find another person on Earth fascinated by
> such obscure details.
> No, I don't think we're allowed to discuss this Subject further here.
> I look forward to the launch of T10.wikidot.com.
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