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Re: Re: Proposed license for IETF Contributions

> Iwould also rethink the use of e.g. which most closely means 'that is'.
Wrong.  'i.e.' stands for 'id est', which means 'that is'.
'e.g.' is correct for introducing an example.  However, given the number of
people who don't know the difference :-), "for example" is better.

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