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--- ai12s/ai12-0230-1.txt	2019/04/03 01:25:08	1.8
+++ ai12s/ai12-0230-1.txt	2019/04/06 05:08:50	1.9
@@ -1277,7 +1277,7 @@
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 From: Randy Brukardt
-Sent: Tuesday, April 2, 2019  7:51 PM
+Sent: Tuesday, April 2, 2019  8:30 PM
 
 ...
 > > Is J-P right that it should be replaced by "ready" consistently, or is 
@@ -1291,5 +1291,106 @@
 
 So we won't see this one on a meeting agenda; if someone wants to object, 
 they need to speak up.
+
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+
+From: Jeff Cousins
+Sent: Wednesday, April 3, 2019  6:32 AM
+
+“there are a bunch of uses of "runnable"”
+
+Previously Randy said “I verified that "runnable" only occurs in D.2.6 in the 
+entire AARM”
+
+So do I take it that the bunch are all within D.2.6?
+
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+
+From: Randy Brukardt
+Sent: Wednesday, April 3, 2019  2:57 PM
+
+Yes, they're all in D.2.6; I found 4 occurrences ultimately (one in old text, 
+the rest in the new text).
+
+****************************************************************
+
+From: Brad Moore
+Sent: Wednesday, April 3, 2019  10:16 PM
+
+>> Aside: J-P also asks about D.2.6(16):
+>> 
+>>  ... it is removed and re-entered on [to ]the ready queue ...
+>> 
+>> I agree with J-P that "on to" is weird, it should either be "onto" or 
+>> just "on". Which is it??
+>> End Aside:
+> 
+> "It is removed from and then re-entered onto the ready queue ..." 
+> would make the most sense to me.
+
+Shouldn't that be "into" rather than "onto"?
+
+When I go to the bank, I enter into the queue, not onto it.
+
+At least that's the usage I'm familiar with.
+
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+
+From: Richard Wai
+Sent: Wednesday, April 3, 2019  10:49 PM
+
+Maybe this is one of the animate/inanimate cases - You're in the queue, but
+that's on the queue... 
+
+For me anyways, "Entered into the queue" feels less right than "Entered onto
+the queue". 
+
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+
+From: Tucker Taft
+Sent: Wednesday, April 3, 2019  11:52 PM
+
+Either is fine with me. "Onto" seems a bit more appropriate when talking about 
+inanimate objects.
+
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+
+From: Brad Moore
+Sent: Thursday, April 4, 2019  10:00 AM
+
+> Either is fine with me. "Onto" seems a bit more appropriate when 
+> talking about inanimate objects.
+
+I think it has more to do with one's mental model of a queue. If its a 
+horizontal queue, like a pipe, then items get placed into the queue, and
+flow to the other end.
+
+If its a vertical queue, like a stack of papers on the printer, or perhaps 
+a consumable queue like a conveyor belt, where one physically places items 
+onto (on top) of the queue, then onto works better.
+
+e.g. I am sending my tax return into the queue to be processed. (An inanimate 
+     object example)
+     The rescuers queued everyone onto ladder (An animate object onto example) 
+
+     I find it difficult to come up with vertical queue examples, I think they 
+     may be much less prevalent, which may be why when I search for "onto the 
+     queue" in Google, Google tries to correct me by asking, "Did you mean 
+     into the queue?"
+
+Anyway, this is a minor nit. I'm happy to let Randy apply whichever he feels 
+is more appropriate.
+
+****************************************************************
+
+From: Randy Brukardt
+Sent: Thursday, April 4, 2019  8:39 PM
+
+> Anyway, this is a minor nit. I'm happy to let Randy apply whichever he 
+> feels is more appropriate.
+
+Considering that I applied these changes two days ago, and that I rather gave 
+my opinion in the original question, not to mention that everyone else seemed 
+to think "onto" sounds better, it should be obvious what I'm going to do.
 
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