Re: How to tell people... Was: We appear to still be litigating OAuth, oops

Phillip Hallam-Baker <phill@hallambaker.com> Sun, 28 February 2021 02:28 UTC

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From: Phillip Hallam-Baker <phill@hallambaker.com>
Date: Sat, 27 Feb 2021 21:28:20 -0500
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Subject: Re: How to tell people... Was: We appear to still be litigating OAuth, oops
To: Michael Richardson <mcr+ietf@sandelman.ca>
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On Sat, Feb 27, 2021 at 3:20 PM Michael Richardson <mcr+ietf@sandelman.ca>
wrote:

>
> Keith Moore <moore@network-heretics.com> wrote:
>     >> This is one of the reasons I would like to see the IETF move
> towards a
>     >> W3C style plenary in which WGs are required to provide short
>     >> introductions to what they do. No, not status reports: an elevator
>     >> pitch.
>
>     > We actually had similar plenaries, long ago, as a way to keep the
>     > broader community informed about what individual WGs were doing.
> First
>     > thing Monday mornings, as I recall.
>
> Yes, my first IETF, 36 had that.  By IETF40, they were gone, considered a
> waste of common time.  There clearly was some value that we are now
> partially
> missing.
>

It is precisely the sort of exercise that like not repainting, you can miss
once or twice without issue. But if you stop doing it altogether you
suddenly realize was necessary.

And what really annoys is that we keep being told that the value of having
the meetings we do is that the areas can cross-fertilize.

This is also the sort of thing that has a lot of value for new members and
less for the old hands. So the folk in authority get rid of them because
they don't need them but they are blind to the fact that they have just
pulled up the drawbridge for new participants.




> There have been a few IAB Tech plenaries and SAAG presentations that fall
> into the elevator pitch.  Tiru Reddy most recently did one on DOTS, for
> instance.
>

HOTRFC as well