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> > So if you could state in
> > which way you'd want the requirements to change, based on the current
> > situation, that would be good.
> Restore the normative nature of the requirements document
> -- including changing "may/should/must" back to "MAY/SHOULD/MUST".
The problem is that the draft already contains mutually
Requiring a requirement document is to suppress discussion.
It is a political way to autoritate an existing proposal, by a
list of requirements biased for the proposal.
Technically, it is harmful and, for problems related to multiple
areas of expertise, hopeless.