On Mon, 29 Jan 2007, Kevin M. Randall wrote:
12.3 -- Should there be any mention of abbreviation and capitalization? Or
> would this be taken care of by 12.7B10 (in which case, maybe a reference to
> that rule would be helpful)?
I think this would be handled by 12.7B10 as my understanding is that abbreviation and capitalization is not being prescribed.
> 25.5B -- The changed paragraph describes CONSER practice as: "Apply this LCRI
> only to non-analyzable serials with generic titles and to monographic series."
> This appears to be incorrect, as it contradicts the much-emphasized "floor"
> concept of the standard. A better wording would be: "Application of this LCRI
> is required only for non-analyzable serials with generic titles and monographic
> series. Application in other situations is optional."
This was spotted already by WG members (don't remember now who it was...most of Midwinter is one big blur for me right now) and we asked Judy K. to change the wording so it was reflective of the "floor" concept. Don't remember now what the specific proposed text is. Anyone else on the WG remember? --Steve