Re: [clouds] preliminary list of Clouds WGs/SDOs/...

Melinda Shore <> Thu, 10 June 2010 18:48 UTC

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On Jun 9, 2010, at 7:32 PM, Paul Hoffman wrote:
> Sorry, but that is completely unacceptable for IETF work, particularly a bar BoF.

I think I'd probably say that a little differently: This isn't
IETF work and if people want it to become IETF work they can't
claim copyright on contributions.

I still really hate that this effort seems to take the form
of a fishing expedition.  What this process is communicating to
me is "We haven't identified a problem."  I'd be a little sorry 
to see the IETF allocate resources (meeting space, time, IESG 
oversight, whatever) until these folks have figured out what
needs work.