Re: When to adopt a draft as a WG doc (was RE: "IETF work is done on the mailing lists")

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Thu, 29 November 2012 21:14 UTC

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> I'll note that it seems possible that overspecifying process
> could potentially cause more protests rather than fewer.

or good folk just walking away.  there is a reason we are at the ietf
and not the itu.  rule obsessed and process hidebound is probably not
the most productive use of smart folks' time.

randy