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Subject: Re: [xcbf] XCBF CS 1.0


To repeat an earlier mail of mine - why don't you just discuss the 
technical issues, and accept appropriate technical changes?

It just wastes everyone's time going through this document shuffling and 

Let us get sensible technical agreements and/or compromises, so that we 
can all move forward together.

Playing politics with technical material is NOT a good idea.

John l

Phillip H. Griffin wrote:
>   The second automated TC ballot that closed on April 10, and
> which was approved by 71% of the XCBF TC, has failed to
> achieve the required super majority needed to approve this
> document as the new XCBF CS.
> There were two votes to disapprove this document. These were
> made by OSS Nokalva members Paul Thorpe and Alessandro
> Triglia. Their comments are available for review in the member
> area of the web site.
> I asked that the ballot be reviewed by OASIS administration. I
> have been informed that the ballot failed to achieve the required
> 2/3rds positive vote, and no more than 1/4th negative votes needed
> to approve a new CS. So in this case, the minority view prevails.
> I have changed the designation of the April 3 revised document
> referenced in this ballot. It is now the XCBF version 2 draft
> document. This document has approval of 71% of the members.
> I have restored to this folder the last document approved by the
> XCBF TC as a CS. This document is dated March 25 and
> designated as the XCBF CS 1.0.
> Phil

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