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[ddlm-group] Some nitty gritty DDLm discussion taking place onGithub

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  • Subject: [ddlm-group] Some nitty gritty DDLm discussion taking place onGithub
  • From: James Hester <jamesrhester@gmail.com>
  • Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2017 17:03:38 +1000
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Dear DDLm -group,

I know the volume of messages has been a bit high lately and may take some time to consider. Just in case you have more time to dedicate to DDLm, some discussion of detailed aspects of DDLm has been taking place in the context of 'Issues' with the CIF2 dictionaries on Github. You are all able to view these messages at https://github.com/COMCIFS/cif_core/issues and, if you create a Github account, you can participate in the discussions. Any serious changes would be brought to this group, but it is obviously of benefit if serious objections are raised as early as possible.

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