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Combs, Richard [mailto:richard -dot- combs -at- Polycom -dot- com] said:
> > Given that the scenario below is true, <snip>
> Since the only evidence you have is a statement by someone
> who heard someone on the radio say something about a meeting
> he may or may not have attended, that "Given" is a pretty
> weak foundation.
But being in the same line of work that I am, you must
be plenty accustomed to taking even flimsier source
material than that (Marketing Requirements Documents,
Engineering Statements of Work, Test Plans, Feature
Summaries....... Code Freeze Dates .....) and
stringing them into far more elaborate confections
called Customer Documentation. Yes?
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