working draft


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working draft

A document that describes a technology in some phase of development. Working drafts are not finalized specifications or recommendations. The IETF, W3C and other standards bodies have rules that concern the structure of their working drafts and the stages they go through.
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Highly reliable sources said the release of the chairman's working draft had been suspected as Rodriguez's attempt to pre-empt alleged attempts by MalacaAaAaAeA~ang to restore protested provisions of the origin proposal.
The implementation of the working draft of the energy strategy is roughly estimated to cost 2-3 billion euros.
Our "efforts resulted in a working draft that takes into account political and legal demands to resolve the current crisis in Lebanon based on the Syrian-Saudi initiative," the statement said.
In her working draft, Serracchiani nevertheless states that the lack of independence of infrastructure operators hampers competition in a large number of states and that "it is time now for the European Parliament to consider in which way and under which form unbundling [separation between infrastructure operators and railway companies] can be achieved".
The first is the first public working draft of Emotion Markup Language (EmotionML) 1.
An AICPA task force has prepared a working draft of a Technical Practice Aid designed to be a reference guide addressing the accounting considerations when analyzing freestanding and embedded and derivative financial instruments indexed to and potentially settled in a company's own stock.
Writing a Disaster Plan has been developed to help health departments understand the importance of an all-hazards approach to plan development, identify and prioritize the hazards affecting their communities, gather appropriate personnel to write the disaster plan, develop a working draft of the disaster plan, and evaluate the effectiveness of the plan through structured exercises and the incorporation of necessary changes.
Their work now shows the number of human protein-coding genes to be between 20,000 to 25,000, a drop from 35,000 presented in the original working draft of the sequence unveiled in 2001.
This is meant to not necessarily be a menu from which to choose, but rather a working draft that leads to a final plan,'' she said.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) posted the working draft version of its "Public Health Guidance for Community-Level Preparedness and Response to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome.
The Bassmobile is a standard heavy truck trailer that has been converted into a mobile classroom and quasi-English pub, complete with a working draft system installed by Banner.