Language Tag Reviewer
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Sun Feb 19 20:49:41 CET 2006
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Crispin [mailto:MRC at CAC.Washington.EDU]
> Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2006 1:55 PM
> To: Scott Hollenbeck
> Cc: 'Michael Everson'; 'IETF Languages Discussion';
> hardie at qualcomm.com
> Subject: RE: Language Tag Reviewer
> Scott -
> With all due respect, Michael has been repeatedly provoked;
> and the person behind the provocations hides behind the IESG's skirts.
> That individual's abuse is the direct cause of Michael's not
> being available to comment/contribute to the LTRU
> decision-making process of the language tag reviewer.
> I didn't participate in LTRU either. The less that I heard
> from that individual, the happier I was.
> It's akin to saying "we had a democratic election, it's too
> late to complain now" when "filibustering" was used to shut
> out that person from the decision-making process.
> I believe that Michael's concerns should be considered and
> addressed. If that means last-minute pushback or amendment
> of 3066bis, so be it.
Mark, I'm not averse to making a change to 3066bis before it pops out.
Nothing is cast in concrete. To find out if that was necessary, though, I
sent Michael some private messages to let him know about the changes in
3066bis and to ask him if he's willing to continue under those terms. Ted
and I are trying to get this addressed in time for the next IESG telechat,
so there is a time constraint. You saw the reply I received.
As for the provocation: the IESG is currently reviewing the results of the
pr-action last call. Thank you to all of you who shared an opinion.
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