(j3.2006) UK10 paper

Dan Nagle danlnagle
Wed Oct 2 07:48:06 EDT 2013


On Oct 1, 2013, at 23:34 , Malcolm Cohen <malcolm at NAG-J.CO.JP> wrote:
> Fortunately David's papers do not fall into the "jumble" category, unlike some 
> others... but criticising others' papers is an easy cheap shot so I won't go 
> there.

I do not mean in any way to criticize David's efforts or intentions.

The jumble paper is the UK-10 paper he wrote that jumbles together
several topics.  It appears to be written quickly, as some of the items
listed in the heading are not, in fact, covered by the paper itself.

I think that's a consequence of being written at the last minute
rather than anything else.  A time limit appears to have expired
during the writing.

The purpose of the two-week rule, in it's modern incarnation and as
I understand it, is to allow those with engineering teams to circulate
papers to the their teams and discuss them prior to the meeting.
The history of the two-week rule is all very interesting, but the modern
purpose is in play here.


Dan Nagle

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