Re: OpenPGP Minutes / Quick Summary

Cat Okita <cat@reptiles.org> Sat, 15 July 2006 14:57 UTC

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On Sat, 15 Jul 2006, Brian G. Peterson wrote:
> On Saturday 15 July 2006 08:12, Derek Atkins wrote:
>> He means 10 people on the mailing list that comment on the
>> drafts.  Basically, the question is:  how many people do we
>> have reading and commenting on drafts.  Even a comment "I have
>> read this draft and see nothing wrong with it" counts.  But
>> he wants to know that we have at least 10 people willing to
>> do that in order to keep moving forward.

You can certainly count me in the lot of folks that are reading and
saying nothing (in the 'silence implies consent' manner).

cheers!
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