Response to WG last call,
Problem Statement: Thoughts on the IET F problem statement
todd.glassey at worldnet.att.net
Fri Nov 21 19:44:13 CET 2003
So Harald - what are the goals then? To provide this open and fair
environment for the creation of Internet Standards?
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From: "Harald Tveit Alvestrand" <harald at alvestrand.no>
To: "Robert Snively" <rsnively at brocade.com>;
<problem-statement at alvestrand.no>
Sent: Friday, November 21, 2003 10:45 AM
Subject: Re: Response to WG last call, Problem Statement: Thoughts on the
IET F problem statement
> let me just say for the record that I disagree with you.
> I believe the fact that the IETF has technically competent leaders who are
> expected to use that competence when leading the organization is a central
> reason why the IETF has been successful in a number of areas where ISO,
> ANSI, ITU and many others have failed.
> I also disagree with your comments about the value of corporate membership
> and the value of doing work (almost) only at face-to-face meetings (while
> agree that sometimes more face-to-face meetings are useful).
> Differentiation is not a goal in itself.
> But neither is being like others.
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