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>>>>> "al" == Alchemy Petrofsky <email@example.com> writes: al> As Alex Shinn pointed out, the perl community has had success without al> the subnumbers by simply giving out names on a first-come-first-serve al> basis, with the editors occasionally rejecting requests for al> overly-generic names. That sounds workable to me, but my proposal is al> a little easier for the editors. Presumably, most SRFI authors will al> choose a unique name on their own, but if two of them really want just al> plain "foo", then they can both have it. This effectively amounts to assigning a keyword to a SRFI document, right? That sounds pretty reasonable to me. This might be made more workable by assigning sets of keywords to a document that, in their entirety, again uniquely identify a single SRFI. -- Cheers =8-} Mike Friede, Völkerverständigung und überhaupt blabla