SPC-4 Letter Ballot Responses r0 document is available
roweber at ieee.org
Thu Jul 12 19:34:22 PDT 2012
* From the T10 Reflector (t10 at t10.org), posted by:
* Ralph Weber <roweber at ieee.org>
The initial revision of the SPC-4 Letter Ballot comments response
document is available:
Despite what you might expect, the PDF file is definitely the place to
start. Pages one and two contain instructions, and some summary data
(and, for the gluttons out there, a link to the FDF file).
For those interested in what CAP needs to discuss on Monday, pages 3--6
contain my outline of topics. This list is intrinsically a random walk
through the available comments. If you know of an important comment or
subject area that is not listed in 12-311r0, do not hesitate to lobby
for its addition to the list.
Another file of interest might be:
However (sorry Bill), all roads lead back to 12-311r0.pdf. In this case,
the main PDF file provides handy hot links into the SPC-4 r36b PDF file.
Use this Acrobat hack to avoid a nasty slog through all the parts of
SPC-4 that have not changed ... yet.
One last point needs an explanation. A focus of the effort thus far has
been bringing the comments I wrote to resolution. In order for the
letter ballot to begin in June, I was obliged break with tradition and
write comments. I want to be as upfront about it as possible about this
quirky turn of events.
Since is nearly impossible for me to write a letter ballot comment
solely for the purposes of rejecting it, the committee deserves the
longest possible time to inspect what I have changed in response to my
own review. This is why the ENDL comments received extraordinary attention.
Have fun preparing for the Monday confab.
All the best,
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