[rfc-i] use cases for page breaking hints, Re: Update on the plain text thread(s)

Dearlove, Christopher (UK) chris.dearlove at baesystems.com
Mon Jun 30 01:56:50 PDT 2014

Now that's just an attempt to discredit when arguments have failed. You know very well that the use of he and his for all people is of long standing and widely used. Yes, there are arguments against it, and if this were an RFC we could have a legitimate debate. But to make this your point of objection to a piece of informal writing is not worthy of being posted here.

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Subject: Re: [rfc-i] use cases for page breaking hints, Re: Update on the plain text thread(s)

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On Jun 27, 2014, at 9:21 AM, Dearlove, Christopher (UK) <Chris.Dearlove at baesystems.com> wrote:
> Do we prohibit someone from doing something that makes his document 
> better,

AFAICT, many IETF participants are women.

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