Re: [rtcweb] Proposed Video Selection Process

Bjoern Hoehrmann <derhoermi@gmx.net> Fri, 22 November 2013 15:28 UTC

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* Steve Donovan wrote:
>I am personally uncomfortable with the process as proposed.  I am one of
>those referred to as a "lurker" in previous emails.  This is my first
>post to this mailing list.  I have, however, read hundreds/thousands of
>emails sent to this list.  I have also signed the previous three rtcWEB
>blue lists.  I have not participated in meetings via Jabber.

>I do NOT think that inventing arbitrary criteria for determining if I am
>eligible to vote is a good precedent to be setting in the IETF. 

The proposed criteria boil down to that anyone who can point to public
IETF records of their past participation in the Working Group can vote.
That is the most predictable set of criteria, and not arbitrary at all.
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