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Re: Fwd: COMCIFS minutes

Hi James,

I do not believe that we agreed to the following with respect to DDL2 -

... It was agreed that any new dictionary submitted for COMCIFS approval should have a canonical DDLm version. This would not 
preclude development of a dictionary using DDL1, but the reference version upon acceptance would be DDLm ...

Until lossless software translation of dictionaries is possible then I do not think that this is
a reasonable requirement.


On 8/28/14, 9:39 PM, James Hester wrote:
> Please find attached some draft minutes from our meeting in Montreal.  Would those who were present please check them and advise
> Brian or myself of any errors or omissions.
> thanks,
> James.
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