HST things (was Re: [ANSTHRLD] March LoAR)

Jennifer Smith jds at randomgang.com
Thu Jul 3 13:06:08 PDT 2003

On Thu, Jul 03, 2003 at 11:22:35AM -0400, tmcd at panix.com wrote:
> Oh, by the way, Emma, I was just thinking this morning that I should
> e-mail you.  I think "The Format, With An Example", off in the help
> section, ought to have a new example (preferably one that also made it
> to Laurel and had an anomaly, just to demo the point).  She's not
> Adelicia *Gilwell* any more, and both she and Robin have new spice^W
> spouses ...  If the PostScript / LaTeX form is being supported still,
> it would have to be changed too, mind you.

Mm, good point.  Righto, the new example is the Award of the Rising Star
(both entries).  Theoretically I changed the LaTeX form appropriately
also, but I'll have to generate a PDF before I can check out.

Out of curiousity, does anyone out there use the Postscript/LaTeX format?

In this most recent case, I believe I erred somewhat in marking the 9/02
ILoI items as having a kingdom action (accept or return) of 11/02 (AG
12/02).  Since we had no 11/02 LoI, this is somewhat misleading; I've
changed them all to show "12/02 (AG 12/02)" -- in other words, while the
actual decision was made in November, since that date is not used
anywhere it's not very useful.  The items show up on the 12/02 LoI, and
in the 12/02 Gazette.  I'll attempt to be more consistent on this point
in the future, so any "ka", "kr" "ke", or "kp" items should list the
date of the actual LoI involved, and/or the appropriate Gazette in which
to look for more information.  

(The Annotated Internal Collated Commentary, or AICC, letter that lists 
all decisions and reasons, is also on the website separately, but is 
indexed by the date of ILoI, not date of meeting, which also makes sense.)

Somewhere, I believe, there is a list of all the acronyms, what they all
mean, and the general process.  It may have been in a Gazette article,
come to think of it... I'll see what I can dig up and have put in a more
obvious spot on the website.


Jennifer Smith
jds at randomgang.com

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