[sc34wg3] CTM: Realistic use cases or toy examples?

Steve Pepper pepper.steve at gmail.com
Fri Feb 1 10:54:11 EST 2008

* Lars Heuer
| ... otherwise this discussion is pretty useless because we've
| just two opinions: pro and against semicolons. And I don't
| believe that someone will add a new, compelling argument.
| Explaining why { ; } helps cultures would bring us forward.

Respecting the fact that 10 people, taking part in a two-day
face-to-face Working Group meeting, discussed and resolved this
issue based on a National Body ballot comment - *that* is what
would really "bring us forward".

Even though I know Lars Marius will flame me, I have to say that
I'm sick and tired of this continued lack of respect for
decisions arrived at by people who go to a lot of trouble to
attend face-to-face meetings.

Kyoto is the third meeting in a row that has discussed CTM and
taken decisions that you, Lars, have steadfastly refused to
accept. It's time you drew the appropriate conclusions from

Conference Chair, Topic Maps 2008
Oslo, April 2-4 2008

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