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From: Jessica M. Brodey
Date: Wed, Apr 02 2008 9:00 AM
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To be clear - ATIA's report was filed at 4:30 PST (as can be noted by the
sent time-stamp on the message), but we received a bounce-back delivery
delay error message about 40 minutes following submission. As I was
preparing to re-submit with an apology notice, the system delivered the
original message, and it arrived before 5:30 PST. ATIA did not respond to
any comments from other minority reports, nor was the report (even with the
technology delay) egregiously late.
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Sent: Wednesday, April 02, 2008 5:42 AM
To: 'TEITAC Committee'
Subject: [teitac-committee] Trace Minority Report
Submitted herewith is the Minority Report from the Trace Center
As I post this I note a controversy about late reports. I beg the
committee's indulgence. I had my Center Core competitive renewal grant due
today (Tuesday) and, with TEITAC and WCAG being rather furious of late, I
was a bit behind and needed to complete my grant and get it turned in. Which
we barely did. I actually had no time to work on this since the TEITAC
report was released. In fact I only was able to START on my comments
until late tonight.
I did note that everyone posted their comments at deadline (within a few
minutes) except for ATIA which arrived a bit later. That seemed to
indicate that people did not intend to have their comment responded to by
others. So I honored that in my comments and only worked off of our formal
TEITAC report and the comments and open items there, on the WIKI or comments
made in our previous calls.
I hope you will indulge me and accept this report.
If there is a controversy about the other late report - I would suggest that
it be accepted anyway - or perhaps that language that responded to others be
removed and it be reposted. I would hate to lose the comments overall.
Gregg C Vanderheiden Ph.D.
Professor - Depts of Ind. Engr. & BioMed Engr.
Director - Trace R & D Center
University of Wisconsin-Madison
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