MAJOR ISSUE: "Concentration of power"

Basavaraj.Patil at Basavaraj.Patil at
Fri Jun 20 17:25:45 CEST 2003

>> I do not believe that "concentration of power" has anything to do with
>> classes and trusted networks. I completely agree with James that this
>> idea of classes etc. is indeed a red herring.
>You may be right.... but this is the problem described in section 2.5.1 of 
>the draft - "Span of Authority". And I think the WG has rough consensus on 
>that section (including me!)

I concur. 

>This thread started out discussing section 2.5.5 - "Concentration of 
>Influence in Too Few Hands" - which talks about the set of people that the 
>IESG and IAB people talk to, not just the currently-sitting IESG/IAB 

With the evolution of the thread, I lost track of the reference to the
section in the document mentioned in your first email. Thanks for
bringing it back to the forefront. I agree that the two issues are
separate and should be dealt as such.

>Let's not confuse the two issues....
>                   Harald


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