time-to-approve etc. [Re: Trusting the IESG to manage thereform process (was:Re:Doingthe Right Things?)]

Randy Bush randy at psg.com
Mon Jun 9 09:57:27 CEST 2003

> documents which were approved as-is, but an RFC editor note was
> added by the IESG (causing some delay)

i am not sure and rfced note causes delay.

> adding *real-time* transparency ("where does this document stand?
> where is the ball for the document ie., who's in charge at the
> moment? "do I have any documents I should take action on?") is
> crucial (I-D tracker helps but may not be enough).

hmmm.  when we started the data-tracker project 2+ years ago, it
was meant as automation of the iesg admin process.  so it is
starting to do a pretty good job of telling me what's on my various

but i can guess it does not meet others' needs as well as it might.
this is probably not the appropriate list, but some feedback into
the d-t project so it better meets the needs of the wgs, authors,
etc. would be cool.


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