Formal request for explanation of IANA delay
harald at alvestrand.no
Tue Mar 21 19:46:31 CET 2006
Note also that the provisioning of service (including service levels) is
a continuing discussion between the IAD and the IANA.
Again, making sure your AD knows there is a problem is an important part
of getting the problems fixed.
Scott Hollenbeck wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Doug Ewell [mailto:dewell at adelphia.net]
>> Sent: Monday, March 20, 2006 9:36 PM
>> To: ietf-languages at iana.org
>> Subject: Re: Formal request for explanation of IANA delay
>> An RFC can specify what IANA is supposed to do, give them
>> their marching
>> orders, but I don't think there's any recourse in case they
>> don't follow
>> them, or if they impose a significant delay. In our case,
>> the Reviewer
>> could be replaced if he failed to do his job, but what could we do if
>> IANA didn't update the registry? Find someone else to host the "IANA
>> Language Subtag Registry"? We're kind of stuck.
> You're not stuck. This is something your AD can help with.
> The IESG works with IANA all the time. If someone asks the AD for help,
> they can then ask IANA for status and help them re-prioritize, if needed.
> Ted Hardie is your new area advisor. He can help.
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