RE: ballot and comment process...
I would suggest that you use the ASCII based comment form for figures and
attach the information into that form. The ASCII based comment form also
works for long text edits. For edits that span multiple sections of a
clause, you can generate multiple comments.
It is preferred that we don't reference reflector emails for comments, as
this can make the process of generating the comment printouts and the
comment database a very arduous task. I'd rather have 100 one-page comments
instead of one 100-page comment.
From: Mike Dudek [mailto:mdudek@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, December 06, 2000 9:51 PM
To: Booth, Bradley
Cc: HSSG (E-mail)
Subject: Re: ballot and comment process...
I have about 50 comments on clause 52 including some figures to be inserted
significant rewrites of some sections. I haven't tried to put the figures
the comments, but my guess is that this won't work, and it will be difficult
read some of the longer sections (formatting issues). Is there another
of doing this. Eg write a comment pointing to an E-mail attachment that is
to the reflector?
"Booth, Bradley" wrote:
> The D2.0 draft is available at:
> The ballot and comment executable is available at:
> The ballot and comment executable is designed for systems capable of
> Windows based programs. Please read the ballot instructions carefully.
> will be required to uncompress this file. Push down into the uncompressed
> directory until you find the 10GigBallotSolution.EXE file and double-click
> on it. That will open up a Filemaker database program. Enter your
> information on the first page. If you have no comments, you can click
> "FINISH"; otherwise, click "Enter Comment". Type in the comment
> information, then click "Enter Another Comment" to continue entering
> comments, "Back to instruction Pg" to go back, or "FINISH" to go to the
> page. Once you've clicked on "FINISH", you'll be taken to the exit page.
> At the exit page, if you click on "Generate Comment File", a
> "10Gbe-d20Comments.csv" file will be created that you should email to me
> the address below). If you click on "PRINT COMMENTS", you will be able to
> print all the comments in the database. If you click "EXIT", you will
> the program, but all the information that you entered will be retained.
> This is a database program, once you enter the information it is
> held within the database.
> Those with systems unable to open and use the ballot and comment
> an ASCII version of the ballot and comment form is also available at:
> Please submit ballots and comments electronically to the editor, Brad
> at: bradley.booth@xxxxxxxxxx