[CRISP-TEAM] Working on editing: reordering answers to match orders of questions

Michael Abejuela mabejuela at arin.net
Fri Dec 19 00:33:16 CET 2014


Thank you for putting this together, I look forward to working with you
and Alan on this.  I think what you have proposed works, so a +1 from my
end unless Alan has any other suggestions?


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On 12/18/14, 12:26 PM, "Izumi Okutani" <izumi at nic.ad.jp> wrote:

>Alan and Michael,
>Thank you very much for volunteering to work on editing, to re-order
>answers to match order of questions.
>While this is is not light work, I would like to get this done at early
>stage as much as possible because once we start receiving comments:
> 1. It will confuse people whether changes are editorial, or
>    incorporating comments
> 2. A lot of our time will be taken up in reflecting comments
>To start, I'd like to suggest we split 6 sections into threes and each
>person reviews 2 sections.
>This is a tentative suggestion on who covers which part - if there is a
>set of Sections you feel strongly about, we can swap.
> Sections I & II     : Izumi
> Sections III and IV : Michael
> Sections V & VI     : Alan
>Let's target to get this done before the next call UTC 13:00 22nd Dec,
>so that we can share the draft with the whole team then.
>We would want to merge our changes into one, so I suggest Alan and I
>send our parts of revisions to Michael, if Michael doesn't mind
>integrating them into a single revised draft.
>Does this sound reasonable?
>I'm open to other suggestions, including targeted deadline.
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