Re: [sidr] adverse actions -01 posted

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Tue, 26 July 2016 23:21 UTC

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>> To me the word "adverse" communicates an unfavourable, possibly even
>> malicious, action by an adversary.
> 
> The term adverse is appropriate as used in this document. When I look
> up the term I find the following primary definitions:
> 
>      unfavorable or antagonistic in purpose or effect, opposed to
> one's interests, causing harm, etc.
> 
> Synonyms include inimical and injurious.
> 
> These meanings are precisely what is intended here.

and what tim, and others, are trying to say is that exactly those
meanings are inappropriate.  we do not really know intent, contracts,
and business/social context.

i picked the first example of an 'adverse action' in your document and
explained how it can be normal operations (and it is said you have fixed
it, tyvm).  i had hopes you would induce.

operations and deployment are messy.  apologies.

tim made a fair suggeston of a lighter word.

randy