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Re: Confirmation of meeting rooms for two COMCIFS closed meetings

Dear COMCIFS members,

The latest CIF2 draft can be examined at http://www.iucr.org/__data/iucr/lists/ddlm-group/pdf00001.pdf
This is the draft that we will be voting on at the second closed meeting.

It differs from the draft originally put forward in December 2009 in the following respects:
(i) Triple quoted strings have been removed
(ii) A new protocol for embedding arbitrary text has been added

2011/8/26 Saulius Gražulis <grazulis@ibt.lt>
Dear James,

I would like to participate in the COMCIFS meetings. I guess I may visit
both meetings as an observer. Could you please remind me the link of the
last CIF 2.0 proposal draft?

Sincerely yours,

James Hester wrote:

> Please be advised that the first closed COMCIFS meeting will be held in
> room ROMA at 1pm on Sunday 28th, as advised previously.  The second
> closed meeting (directly after the microsymposium) will be held in room
> AMSTERDAM (note the change of venue) at 1pm on Monday the 29th.  Those
> who wish to contact me prior to the meeting can try my email address
> (jamesrhester@gmail.com <mailto:jamesrhester@gmail.com>) or text or ring
> my Spanish mobile number (+34) 672898882

Dr. Saulius Gražulis
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