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Re: Provisional approval for revisions of existing dictionaries

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  • Subject: Re: Provisional approval for revisions of existing dictionaries
  • From: Paula Fitzgerald <paula_fitzgerald@merck.com>
  • Date: Wed, 9 Sep 1998 19:17:07 +0100 (BST)
Hello all -

>                           It doesn't now seem so necessary that
> revisions to the existing dictionaries should be brought to Comcifs for
> provisional approval.  If the DMGs are well constituted and Comcifs has
> its scouts watching out for problems in the DMG discussions, it should
> only be necessary for Comcifs to be asked for final approval.  If problems
> are detected at this stage, the DMG would be asked to fix them before
> approval is granted.

I am all in favor of this - at this point the DMG know "the rules of the
game", so to speak, and I think that eliminating one step in the approval
process would be a great step forward.

Paula

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