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Comments for Document: Open Grid Forum Document Process and Requirements
|Author(s):||C. Catlett, C. de Laat, G. Newby, D. Skow|
|Public Comment End:||25 May, 2009|
The Public comments made in the first round may be found here
A good description of the process as it is now though in the current form of OGF how long will it stay current. Is there a more flexible way that we can make this more of a living document?