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Reading version of 1.5
Modified 2003/09/19 01:42:28 by Randy with line changes +1 -1
CVS Tags: HEAD, AI070120, AI060306, AI051215, AI050615, AI050415, AI041115, AI040915, AI040301, AI040125, AI030925
Differences from 1.4
Filed various mail, creating AIs and ACs as needed.

Reading version of 1.4
Modified 2003/06/28 00:33:33 by randy with line changes +1 -0
Differences from 1.3
Updated the statuses for WG9 approved AIs.

Reading version of 1.3
Modified 2003/05/24 00:51:42 by randy with line changes +13 -13
CVS Tags: AI030620
Differences from 1.2
Various editorial changes noted by editorial review.

Reading version of 1.2
Modified 2003/03/04 04:56:23 by randy with line changes +3 -2
Differences from 1.1
Editorial and other changes from Padua meeting, plus tools updates to support those.

Reading version of 1.1
Modified 2002/10/04 23:11:06 by randy
CVS Tags: AI-030201, AI021030
New AI from ACAA, new version from Jeff Carter.

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