And also, not all moderators were as keen to distribute the evaluation forms
amongst the audience.
From: David Johnson [mailto:David.Johnson@UK.ROYALSUN.COM]
Sent: Tuesday, June 27, 2000 11:20 AM
Subject: Best papers at SEUGI
Arising from some discussion with my fellow travellers last wek:
Scoring of presentations at SEUGI involved marking a number of criteria=
ranges from bad to very good. The criteria included one on 'innovative=
the SAS System'.
Since this criterion will favour new applications, does anyone have any=
feelings either way regarding
sound presentations on
being disadvantaged in their scoring?
I'll share a summary of private replies to the list at the end of the w=