jseng at pobox.org.sg
Tue Jun 24 22:59:55 CEST 2003
While I do not disagree a lot of what you said, I prefer Keith original
statement mainly because it does not assume any solution.
Dave Crocker wrote:
> Working groups can have trouble making forward progress, due to a lack
> of firm discussion management. This can be due to poor chair management,
> general lack of working group focus, or problematic participants.
> Section 3.3, "Session management", of RFC 2418, "IETF Working Group
> Guidelines and Procedures" provides a useful framework for managing this
> issue. Regardless of motivation or point-of-view, the failure of wg
> chairs and participants to work actively to to maintain productive focus
> and to move past specific topics appears to cause significant delays in
> working group output, and to harm the quality of the output.
> Dave Crocker <mailto:dcrocker at brandenburg.com>
> Brandenburg InternetWorking <http://www.brandenburg.com>
> Sunnyvale, CA USA <tel:+1.408.246.8253>, <fax:+1.866.358.5301>
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