Re: [datatracker-rqmts] Slides for the face-to-face BoF next week

Paul Hoffman <paul.hoffman@vpnc.org> Tue, 02 November 2010 17:04 UTC

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Date: Tue, 2 Nov 2010 10:04:06 -0700
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Subject: Re: [datatracker-rqmts] Slides for the face-to-face BoF next week
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At 10:44 AM -0600 11/2/10, Royer Software and Services wrote:
>On 11/2/2010 9:36 AM, Paul Hoffman wrote:
>>At 8:04 AM -0700 11/2/10, SM wrote:
>>That page is about "Lists should be able to be private".  Do you really want to get into a discussion about privacy?  As the work of the IETF is supposed to be open, I suggest letting anyone who is "subscribed" to a draft see who else is following it.
>>That seems a tad radical to me. How do others feel about this?
>
>Who cares who watches?  And who cares who watches the watchers?
>
>I have seen well meaning people have meetings and make agreements about drafts, then forget and
>just assume that the idea was part of the consensus on the list.

This as nothing to do with the content of drafts; it is about watching which drafts change over time.

>I would opt for everything as open as possible. The less secrets the IETF has the healthier it will remain
>as there will be no dark corners that other can assume contain hidden agreements or ideas.

I'm deeply confused here. As described in the draft, a list is a personal preference of what to see. There is no "agreement" or "idea" involved. Which part of the draft are you talking about?

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