Re: IESG's support

John C Klensin <klensin@mail1.reston.mci.net> Thu, 06 April 1995 11:47 UTC

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>you put it a bit more comprehensibly than I did. (smile)

Actually, I hadn't seen your note when writing mine.  Your's was probably
adequate; I just tend to run on a bit (as you have no doubt noticed).

>the notion of "bringing the two communities together" will draw heavy,
>heavy pounding from the 16-inch guns.  folks on this end don't WANT
>the communities brought together. (assertion of my sense of things)

I've also got an image of one of our more verbally-uninhibited folks finding
several suit-wearing PTT types in the terminal room and trying to help them
understand why his getting to those particular workstations is really very
important to the future of the network.   It would be mutually illuminating,
but not necessarily beneficial.

   john