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Subject: Re: [emergency] EM-XML Participation in Global Homeland Security Conference
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- From: CSubatch@eteam.com
- To: Allen Wyke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2003 07:46:46 -0700Yes, those minutes were sent to be posted. There seems to be some problem that they (OASIS) is having posting the minutes but they should be in the email discussion list from when I sent them.Re: notes on the other minutes:The "letter" referred to was the letter that was written after our first Face-to-Face about CAP that Eliot wanted to send to someone in the government - I apologize that I can't recall the addressee name and I don't have the time to go looking for those notes - but it was written and sent immediately after our first face-to-face.Cathy M. Subatch--- End Message ---
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