Re: [datatracker-rqmts] Privacy of lists

Paul Hoffman <paul.hoffman@vpnc.org> Fri, 05 November 2010 22:31 UTC

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At 1:16 AM -0700 11/5/10, SM wrote:
>Hi Paul,
>At 09:09 03-11-10, Paul Hoffman wrote:
>>Attempt at summarizing: you want people who use the new tool to have to be authenticated, and anyone can see which of the authenticated people created a list that refers to a draft. Yes?
>
>No.  If we go by the arguments put forward by Henrik, this is a non-issue.  If these lists works along the same lines as IETF mailing list, these lists would have to be open.

OK, I'll remove this from the presentation then. If you can think of words I can put in the draft to make it clear that these lists-of-drafts are not discussion lists, I can do that.

Of course, if Yaron's preferences are adopted, this will be a non-issue.

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