richard at grimmett.org
Tue Oct 26 21:28:48 UTC 2004
Civil Servants? I think so!
> Andrew Craddock <andrew at towerbase.net> wrote at 10:58:26 on
> Tue, 26 Oct
> >Assuming that Richard is reasonably confident about his
> program (and I
> >guess he must be if he is prepared to put the source into the public
> >domain) then perhaps the MC's time might be productively spent in
> >preparing a suite of test cases which could validate Richard's (or
> >anyone elses) software.
> We did discuss this, but came to the conclusion that it would be
> difficult for the MC to endorse a program as giving a
> definitive answer
> to any extension-related query. We can of course give answer
> any queries
> as to whether any particular generated extension is in fact valid.
> >>>>If methods-related computer programs were to be published
> by the CC
> >>>>they would certainly fall within the Methods Committee remit.
> >Does anyone understand what this statement means and its intended
> The terms of reference of the committee are:
> "To consider and advise on all questions arising from the
> of the Council's Decisions relating to methods, calls, and peal
> It would seem that methods-related programs must involve
> of the Decisions. That is not to say that publication of such
> would not
> involve other committees - in particular the Publications Committee
> might have something to say!
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