Thank you for your proposal, Louis.
I happened to think similar about resolutions, giving them a serial number.
To avoiding confusion which version is expected to be translated, such
number could be helpful. I am not sure if it is good to have a
template on the foundation wiki, but it could easily done on meta or
somewhere we are going to make our requests.
To consider your proposal, I would forward your message to our mailing
list translators-l as proposed agenda item.
If you have any idea, please send it to translators-l.
On 11/2/06, louis bodo <louis_bodo(a)yahoo.fr> wrote:
I don't know if I ought to wait for the meeting on the 5th with this, but I
would like to raise a point for the agenda, that is, that although 'document
history' gives an idea, nevertheless, our documents should be issue numbered
with dates of issue right under, or next to their title for ease of checking
when a revision is/was done. A template could also be made for this of
Suggested agenda item: Organisational documents, ie By-laws, procedures, etc
to be provided with an Issue Number on a template which includes these with
the document title and perhaps the Author's name as well (debatable) but it
may also be added if the text has been authorised by the Board or any of the
Board members 'and when).
Kind regards, Louis
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