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I read the submittal and the many comments. The development and contribution apparently deserves recognition, but some of the issues that were raised need careful review and discussion. As someone pointed out, a Milestone should be of virtual permanence, and we should be careful using terminology that is in a state of evolution. Also, are we honoring the company, the engineers, or recognizing the product? It was also suggested that we may want to remove acronyms that may have a short life, e.g., PC; to some it may mean Personal Communication, and in 20 years most people may not know what it stands for. At this point I am in favor of a recognition, but am not sure how to change the citation to reflect some of the concerns that were expressed. Irv Engelson

I.engelson18:13, 7 March 2013