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Subject: Re: [oiic-formation-discuss] (1)(f) and (1)(g) -- audience and workinglanguage

1F. I've seen the other suggestions, and they seem reasonable.  I think 
there is a minor clarification between types of "users".  The majority 
of the users will be typical end users. But some will be "power users". 
  Bankers, or anyone using more advanced formulas in spreadsheets. 
Administrators doing mail merge operations on their word processors. 
etc.  These "power users" will using areas of the document standard that 
the typical end user wouldn't.

1G.  I'm Canadian, eh?!  Do I really need to use US English?? :)  But 
English seems to be the appropriate language.  Which classification 
doesn't matter too much to me - that's what my spell checker is for.


robert_weir@us.ibm.com wrote:
> OK.  Sounds like no objection to 'RF on Limited Terms' for an IPR mode 
> for the proposed TC.  Let's record that.
> Two more to discuss:
> /1f. The anticipated audience or users of the work./
> /1g. The language in which the TC shall conduct business./
> (And yes, I am holding off on the big questions -- statement of purpose 
> and scope.  We still have some "big picture" side discussions ongoing, 
> and when these are resolved we may have greater consensus on the big 
> questions.  Or maybe we won't.)
> -Rob

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