Re: [DNSOP] Some thoughts on special-use names, from an application standpoint

Tim Wicinski <tjw.ietf@gmail.com> Sat, 28 November 2015 09:58 UTC

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Subject: Re: [DNSOP] Some thoughts on special-use names, from an application standpoint
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I'm not the WG Chair who is handling the day-to-day responsibilities (I 
just do all the other boring DNS stuff), but I do know this:

- design team is being put together but was not complete
- Ralph Droms (AD for 6761) is the head of the design team
- they are still looking for 1-2 people with experience in the 
application area

My co-chair has family obligations this weekend but I suspect we will 
hear next week from her or Ralph.

tim

On 11/26/15 6:59 AM, hellekin wrote:
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> On 11/26/2015 06:38 AM, Mark Nottingham wrote:
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>> Given this context, I was disturbed to hear the design team presentati
> on
>> in Yokohama
>>
>
> So you mean there's an already working team on the revision of RFC6761,
> and that team had the time to prepare a presentation, while the DNSOP
> chairs didn't have the time to respond to volunteers nor to announce
> this team.  This is simply unacceptable.  I concur that the revision of
> RFC6761 should go to another group where "Internet community" makes some
> sense and corporate dissent is not silenced by ignoring legitimate
> requests.  Please don't expect any apologies from me for telling the
> truth.  This is a carnival of an inclusive process.
>
> Thank you Mark for the heads up.
>
> ==
> hk
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