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Speaking as the OCLC Liaison, this change is also acceptable to me.

--Linda

-----Original Message-----
From: Thompson A Yee [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2003 10:53 AM
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Subject: Re: [PCCTG1] Workplan revision


Jimmie et al.

I agree with Hugh and Susan that topics 7 and 8 should be reversed.
The revised workplan looks fine.

Tom Yee
Assistant chief
Cataloging Policy and Support Office
Library of Congress
Washington, DC 20540
202 707-4377

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Dear SACO Task Group,
        Now that I know we're all in touch and how our upcoming
schedules
look, I suggest we expand the time alloted for several of the topics.
Revised workplan:
Week 1. (March 3-7) General views on charge and workplan (including
any
amendments), and verification of email receipt.
Week 2. (March 10-14) Membership criteria.
Week 3-4. (March 17-28) Membership responsibilities and benefits.
Week 5-6. (March 31-April 11) Contributor perspective on contribution
and
distribution mechanism.
Week 7. (April 14-18) Utilities' role in contribution and distribution
mechanism.
Week 8. (April 21-25) LC perspective on contribution and distribution
mechanism.
Week 9-10. (April 28-May 9) Supporting documentation.
Week 11. (May 12-16) Training support.
Week 12. (May 19-23) Feedback.
Week 13. (May 26-30) Review of discussion and plan for next steps.
Week 14. (June 2-6) Drafting preliminary report.
        Thanks for your responses. As you'll note, we are now well into
the
week for commenting on the charge. Hugh made a really good start on
this
topic already, and now it's time for the rest of us to speak up as
well.
        Best wishes to those of you with great travel plans. We in the
sunshine state haven't seem much of that lately, just rain and hail.
Saturday morning we had a freak hailstorm for 15 minutes that blanketed
the
ground with chunks of ice, some pieces larger than golf balls. My
little
truck has a broken windshield and lots of dents and my beautiful
lettuce is
in shreds. Shall I write a book about it? Is there a subject heading
for
freak hailstorms?
        Looking forward to hearing from each of you soon. Best
regards,
Jimmie