Re: [backpackgeartesters] EDIT: IR - OR Highpoint Cap - James Triplett
- Thanks for the edits, Roger!
My tables were rather inconsistent in using upper and lower case letters
at the start of each word. I've gone with caps, and updated the tables.
I've also changed "scoosh" to "smidgen".
When I was writing this report, despite trying to use "cap" everywhere, I
found myself typing "hat" quite a bit. So I did a "find and replace", to
change all the "hat"s to "cap"s... which unfortunately changed "that" to
"tcap" and "somewhat" to "somewcap". Good catch.
As for the test plan, as an editor, and following the previous discussions
on the list, I have adopted the position that it isn't required, or
requested, but is perfectly permissible. In the past it was never
actively discouraged... and I'm one who happens to like it. If the
consensus is to actively discourage test plans I will have to adjust my
position, but like I said, I happen to like it.
Thanks again for the edits. I will upload momentarily.
email@example.com wrote on 11/27/2008 03:40:58 AM:
> EDIT: IR - OR Highpoint Cap - James Triplett[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> Hi Jet
> Nice photos - very good.
> Some Americanisms which leave me puzzled, and a note about not
> including a Test Plan.
> Over to you.
> Roger Caffin
> Highpoint Monitor
> > by James E. Triplett
> Comment: me, I never put the 'by' in: it is obvious.
> > Date cap Received: November 12, 2008
> > Date 2nd cap Received: November 21, 2008
> Edit: why the 'R' in Received?
> > still a scoosh of room above my head, which I find desirable.
> EDIT: 'scoosh' ???? Um ...??
> > comfortable against my somewcap polished dome.
> EDIT: somewcap?
> > Test Plan:
> EDIT: we (the Editors) are deprecating the inclusion of a Test Plan.
> After all, it amounts to projection of a severe type, and is rendered
> completely superfluous by the Field Report.