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Re: [ba-ohs-talk] Concept: Typed Versioning

On Thu, 21 Mar 2002, Eric Armstrong wrote:    (01)

> I see link types as something the user controls. (I think Eugene and I have
> different concepts here. What I'm presenting now is my view.) The user
> sets a link type as one of (for example) response, counter-argument,
> inline inclusion, simple reference, like that. The way the system displays
> linked material is primarily determined by those types, and also controlled
> by the user.    (02)

Sounds like my view as well.    (03)

-Eugene    (04)

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