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Re: IUCr response to a Global Information Commons for ScienceInitiative

> Mike Dacombe will post them on 17 July.

> This
> therefore allows very little time for wider consultation, but I should be
> grateful if you would look through the drafts as soon as you can, and
> send any comments that you have to Mike Dacombe for consideration by the
> Executive.

   The document looks fine to me after a fairly careful read on a very 
hot afternoon.  If anything else comes to my mind, I'll let you know.

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