dear all, responding to Marion's mail about me, I would like to report that I was
added to the list not so long ago and that since then I did not receive e-mails to
be commented on. Please send me previous messages that were sent and that
apparently I did not (yet) receive, i.e. those relevant messages to be commented
on, so that I can add my comments now in order to contribute to our important
Marion Gunn schrieb:
> I find it strange that Gerhard Budin has not commented yet on any of the codes
> discussed by the JAC via this list over the past number of weeks, as he is
> usually very quick to make his opinions known, and I recall, from our talks in
> London, that he was both eager and able to take on the JAC duties formerly
> assigned to Aat Vervoorn (retired).
> Are you sure you added Gerhard's name to the mailing list, Rebecca? In case you
> forgot, here is the most recent address I have for him:
> <[log in to unmask]>, and here, for the record, from my notes of the
> London mtgs of TC 37, are the names of all who should now be on the JAC list.
> The composition of the 639 JAC, as announced at the London 2000 TC 37 Plenary
> and SC meetings, incorporating personnel changes made at those meetings), is as
> Christian Galinski (AT) for 639-1 RA; Rebecca Guenther (US) for 639-2 RA (the
> aforementioned holding rotating Chairs); Håvard Hjulstad (NO) for TC 37;
> Margaret Steward (CA) replacing Helen Hutcheson (CA) for TC 37; Gerhard Budin
> (AT), replacing Aat Vervoorn of the Netherlands for TC37; Jean-Arthur Creff
> (FR) for TC46; Glenn Patton (US) for TC46; Sten Hedberg of Sweden for TC46;
> John Clews (UK) and Marion Gunn (IE) as observers.
> As far as I am concerned, it is good for us to have more people circulated than
> are listed above, but certainly no fewer, so this msg is to make sure that we
> do have a full count of those who should actually be included, plus their
> active e-mail addresses.
> Marion Gunn
> Everson Gunn Teoranta