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It seems that there is a lot more debate about SYNTAX-RIASTRADH to come, and I'm not sure if this SRFI has a draft lifetime long enough to potentially wait for it. I'm against CYOE, now; it adds a kludge that SYNTAX-RIASTRADH is specifically designed to defend. I thus want to just stick with (... ...) and tail patterns until we figure some better macro solution out, which is far out of the scope of a 'Basic SYNTAX-RULES Extensions' SRFI. Comments, and what are some thoughts on whether to use (...) or (... ...) for the base of the ellipsis generator, which I mentioned in passing a while ago? (Argument for (...): it makes much more sense. Argument for (... ...): it's what everyone uses already.) (Yes, I'll update the document to define (... ... ... [etc]), and to allow N tail patterns rather than just 1.)