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Re: Global section in CIF headers

The proposal itself seems to have gotten detached from the commentary,
and it has been through several iterations.   I would suggest first
having one complete formal proposal and then deciding whether that
proposal is suited to a small change or fast track process or not.

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On Fri, 11 Sep 2009, David Brown wrote:

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> James Hester wrote:
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>> Are there any objections to formalising this into a dictionary
>> enhancement proposal?  It would probably fit under the recently
>> proposed procedure for small changes.
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> I could put this through under fast track, but before I do this I would like 
> to see a little more thought given to the proposal, particularly the 
> enumeration list.
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> David
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