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This is a good proposal and certainly the Apple I is worthy of recognition. I suggest that the words "Introduction of" be dropped from the milestone title. It is the computer itself that is the focus of the milestone.

Feisel19:48, 17 February 2014
 

I concur and would simply add that side-by-side recognition of both the Apple I and the Apple II seems most fitting in the evolving portrait of computing that IEEE Milestones over time will recognize.

Tbickart16:40, 18 February 2014
 

The Apple I is definitely worthy of a milestone, however the current wording is not assertive of its claim. Consider wording such as "The Apple I was the first to..." or "The Apple I enabled..." or "The Apple I led to..." ---Dave Bart

Jbart6423:11, 7 March 2014