Details of request “NLC - CEM and New Group Reading Test Data Request for 2015-2017

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id event_type details created_at described_state calculated_state last_described_at link
16339472  sent    2023-10-29 22:52:08 +0000  waiting_response  waiting_response  2023-10-29 22:52:08 +0000  outgoing  
16343177  response    2023-10-31 09:24:54 +0000    waiting_response  2023-11-02 00:32:31 +0000  incoming  
16348448  status_update    2023-11-02 00:32:31 +0000  waiting_response  waiting_response  2023-11-02 00:32:31 +0000   
16415991  response    2023-11-23 16:08:36 +0000    waiting_clarification  2023-11-23 19:58:23 +0000  incoming  
16416235  followup_sent    2023-11-23 19:57:44 +0000        outgoing  
16416236  status_update  described_state  2023-11-23 19:58:22 +0000  waiting_clarification  waiting_clarification  2023-11-23 19:58:23 +0000   
16420608  followup_sent    2023-11-25 01:21:26 +0000  waiting_response  waiting_response  2023-11-25 01:21:27 +0000  outgoing  
16420609  status_update  described_state  2023-11-25 01:21:50 +0000  successful  successful  2023-11-25 01:21:51 +0000   
16761993  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2024-02-26 03:45:25 +0000         

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