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

hellekin <hellekin@gnu.org> Thu, 26 November 2015 12:00 UTC

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On 11/26/2015 06:38 AM, Mark Nottingham wrote:
> 
> 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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