[irs-discuss] Now you're all awake!

"Adrian Farrel" <adrian@olddog.co.uk> Tue, 13 November 2012 13:07 UTC

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Can we have some constructive discussion about which use cases to include in the
charter and which ones to exclude.

I am pretty sure I heard the BoF say that they wanted to reduce the scope by
cutting down on the use cases, and as I said at the meeting I am worried that
this just means that each person wants to limit the scope their favorite use
case. So we will only get victory if there is considerable convergence on what
the favorite is.

Thoughts?

Thanks,
Adrian