Formal IAB appeal: IESG paralysis and inactivity

Fred Baker <fred@cisco.com> Fri, 03 March 1995 01:59 UTC

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To: Christian.Huitema@sophia.inria.fr
Subject: Formal IAB appeal: IESG paralysis and inactivity
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oops - "Him" was the infamous and one and only gentleman from Michigan,
the rigt honorable Bill Simpson.