Re: RFC 7776 and the team that can be reached for help regarding harassment concerns

joel jaeggli <joelja@bogus.com> Sat, 02 April 2016 20:56 UTC

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Subject: Re: RFC 7776 and the team that can be reached for help regarding harassment concerns
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On 4/1/16 1:52 PM, IETF Chair wrote:
> 
> In 2013, the IESG set the IETF anti-harassment policy. Last year, we
> concluded the process to write a BCP that defines the anti-harassment
> procedures. That BCP has now been published as RFC 7776. The RFC
> specifies that there shall be a specialist team that can be reached
> for help, advice, and possible actions regarding harassment
> concerns.

Arriving at the point was not easy task. I would like to believe that
the ietf community and the individuals that make it up will be well
served by it.