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Re: Membership


Dear David,

   I'm happy to remain with the same function ( I forget whether it is 
observer or consultant). My time committements mean that I can briefly
keep note of CIF developments and maybe make a view comments, but I 
can't devote the time that consideration of many of the issues deserves
for votes. 

  It would be most appropriate if Herbert Bernstein became a voting
member, as Syd suggests (provided he's willing) since he is activately 
involved in the imgCIF/CBF work as well as other CIF areas.

   Regards,

         Andy

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