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Subject: RE: [coel] Question on the length of the public review
|To:||"Chet Ensign" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com|
|Cc:||"Paul Knight" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Mon, 4 Dec 2017 21:26|
|Subject:||RE: [coel] Question on the length of the public review|
I would go with another full 30 day review. 1) We did add substantial content, and 2) I wasn’t really happy with the level of comment we got – want to push harder this time.
Matt, Joss, and Paul, chime in if you (dis)agree.
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Subject: [coel] Question on the length of the public review
Members of the COEL TC,
We are prepping your 2nd public review package now.
Normally, subsequent public reviews are run for a minimum of 15 days. However, given that you extensively reorganized the original materials into a single document, I'm checking to see if you would like me to run it for longer.
Thanks - we'll get the review started this week either way...
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