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That is exactly the point.  The potential recipient MUST NOT be
pre-advised.  The first they must know about the possibility of an award
is an approach by the GG's Secretary asking if they would be prepared to
accept an award.  It is a requirement of the scheme.

Howard.  LANNet Computing Associates <http://lannetlinux.com>
"We needn't, as socialists, get too concerned about privacy;
it's a bourgeois right, closely allied to the right to private property".
                                - Former Federal Health Minister Neal Blewett,
addressing the Fabian Society in 1988 in relation to the Australia Card issue.

On Mon, 11 Jun 2001, John Ferlito wrote:

> On Mon, Jun 11, 2001 at 01:29:29PM +1000, Jeff Waugh wrote:
> > <quote who="Jeff Waugh">
> > 
> > > [ This will be an interesting thing to tell Tridge when he comes to next
> > > month's SLUG meeting (almost confirmed). ]
> > 
> > Shut up, Jeff:
> > 
> >  "The person being nominated should not be approached for information or
> >  advised of his or her nomination at any stage."
> 	Hmm that could be interesting. How does one discuss nominations
> on public mailing lists and meetings without the nominee finding out :)

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