The item would be even further improved if we deleted 'in both printed and machine-readable forms'. I agree that we no longer need to require a printed form if this is not needed; it should be sufficient to require that documentation be made available to users, leaving open the decision as to what is the appropriate format.4. To ensure that adequate current documentation of the CIF standard is available to potential users in both printed and machine-readable forms.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Do we still need this? In my mind machine-readable forms are fully sufficient; the time it takes to provide printed forms could be invested somewhere else.
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