ISSUE-135: Use of RFC2119

Use of RFC2119

Data Usage Vocabulary
Raised by:
Antoine Isaac
Opened on:
Do we over-use RFC2119, or don't use it with the correct sentences?

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Related emails:
  1. Re: What is normative? (from on 2015-05-21)
  2. Re: What is normative? (from on 2015-05-21)
  3. Re: Updated version of the BP document (from on 2015-02-13)
  4. RE: dwbp-ISSUE-135 (BernadetteLoscio): Use of RFC2119 [Best practices document(s)] (from on 2015-01-22)
  5. dwbp-ISSUE-135 (BernadetteLoscio): Use of RFC2119 [Best practices document(s)] (from on 2015-01-22)

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Bernadette Farias Loscio, 22 Jan 2015, 17:01:38

-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Re: DWBP - Close Issues on RFC
Date: Wed, 8 Apr 2015 10:31:33 -0300
From: Newton Calegari <>
To: Deirdre Lee <>
CC: <>,,, Phil Archer <>

Hi Deirdre,

This Issue looks to be wrong categorized. I think Eric was referring to UCR Doc ([1] and [2]).
After reading the messages from Annette and Eric about this Issue, I think it could be closed and it’s necessary to change the document.

I think this issue can be closed. We will also close Issue 6 [3] of BP Doc, which says: “This issue could readily be applied to all BPs” and make the necessary changes in the document.

It can be closed.


> Em 07/04/2015, à(s) 20:04, Deirdre Lee <> escreveu:
> Hi,
> Can you confirm that the following issues relating to RFC use have been addressed and can be closed?
> Cheers,
> Deirdre

Deirdre Lee, 8 Apr 2015, 18:34:23

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