Re: Summary paper, paper summary ballot

From: David Mertz <voting-project_at_gnosis_dot_cx>
Date: Wed Jun 23 2004 - 19:38:37 CDT

On Jun 23, 2004, at 6:58 PM, Arthur Keller wrote:
> I prefer precision in speech. That's why I still like Paper Summary
> Ballot. And frankly I think that's no more a mouthful than Summary
> Paper Ballot. Same number of syllables. Note that paper is a *key*
> part of our system, and must be explicit. That's the point, after
> all.

Down to these choices, I'm quite happy with either. However, I think I
read English adjectives a bit differently than Arthur does. I tend to
think of the adjective closest to the noun is the one most emphasized,
not the one that comes first in a list of modifiers.

But I definitely think that the word 'paper' needs to be in there.
On-screen summaries don't cut it, but might be suggested without
indicating paper explicitly.
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