Posted by lil' jimi on June 24, 2004, at 0:50:41
In reply to re: distinguishing between cases, posted by Dr. Bob on June 23, 2004, at 21:30:52
Hi, Dr. Bob,
> > Can you tell us anything about how we are distinguishing between cases where Block Reduction can be considered and cases where is can't?
> IMO, it can be *considered* in all cases...
Especially since your opinion is particularly relevant.
(i am not intending to refer to my block reduction request for myself.
i do not object to your handling of my case.
even though you turned me down.
i appreciated your reply.)
How are we distinguishing between those Block Reduction cases which are to be discussed at Admin
versus those which are not going to be?
How's that getting sorted out?
(i understand how time constraints can limit options for Block Reduction discussion.
and that makes sense in my case since there was less than a week left.)
Anyway, what criteria do we apply when deciding whether to run a request for Block Reduction past the folks at Admin?
Since all Block Reduction requests can be considered, which ones merit broaching here?