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Re: CIF2 syntax document for COMCIFS approval

I think we will have enough trouble selling CIF2 at all.
A split recommendation will make it that much harder.

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  Herbert J. Bernstein, Professor of Computer Science
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On Mon, 27 Dec 2010, Ralf W. Grosse-Kunstleve wrote:

> Dear Herb,
>
>>    What would you suggest as a way to go  forward?
>
>
> My vote is only one of six.
> Do we need an unanimous decision?
>
> If an unanimous decision is required I suggest making the changes to
> add a reference to Python's triple-quoting specifications and calling
> for a new vote.
> I'm thinking the edits will be relatively minor and I'm hoping the vote
> could be quick since everybody is familiar with the current document
> already.
>
> Ralf
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