From: Hans Aberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Apr 23 2005 - 10:58:03 CST
At 15:47 +0100 2005/04/23, Peter Kirk wrote:
>Even if this is acceptable under the stability policy, which would
>surprise me, it does not solve the problem. For many of the
>character name errors are of the type that a name which has been
>wrongly given to character A should have been given to character B.
>And this type of change does not allow the name to be reassigned to
For such cases (examples?), the only way around is to invent new
names for the characters A and B. This would be the most prudent,
anyway, under a stability policy: No name already in use should ever
be used for something else. Also, this may not be as difficult as it
sounds, as one has string names to play around with.
-- Hans Aberg
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