Re: [ga] Excluding inputs to the WG
These issues are clear as mud. For anyone to take an exception to it as off topic
is nonsensical. I for one got a lot of very beneficial information from the post
It was on topic for the simple reason that it explained a previous represntation
made on this list. If any (and none should be) complaint should be lodged it
should be regarding the original post. But it kind of is split on au grounds, I
think Mr. Flemmings questions on this are on point also. Maybe the au just doesn't
want the US group meddling in their affairs.
Jeff Williams wrote:
> Patrick and all,
> I posted it for the exact reasons I stated. No other. I am in agreement
> with Robert Elz in his disagreement with a document that is no longer
> being considered for even IETF review for reasons that Robert nicely
> articulated on the possion list (IETF Forum). In that this was in relationship
> to DNSEXT WG of the IETF and seemed to be in stark contrast to
> some of the comments made here on the GA by Harald, I felt that
> some accuracy and/or alternative viewpoints were appropriate. Hence
> my posting this to the GA.... I hope this is now clarified adequately
> for the assembly members...
> Alternate Chair wrote:
> > On Fri, 8 Jun 2001 17:30:42 +1000, Alternate Chair wrote:
> > To: Jeff Williams <email@example.com>
> > Cc: [ga] <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Robert Elz <email@example.com>
> > Subject: Re: [ga] Re: Excluding inputs to the WG
> > > On Wed, 06 Jun 2001 03:43:30 -0700, Jeff Williams wrote:
> > > To: General Assembly of the DNSO <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > Cc: Robert Elz <kre@MUNNARI.OZ.AU>; Jefsey Morfin <email@example.com>;
> > > Harald@alvestrand.no <Harald@Alvestrand.no>
> > >
> > > > FYI. It would seem that the IETF as I had disagreed with
> > > > Harald on last week seems to be yet again in some turmoil
> > > > on procedural issues, and ones that seem to revolve around
> > > > DNS related issues. Therefore I thought that sharing this
> > > > with the DNSO GA was of some importance and interest...
> > > >
> > > > Robert Elz wrote:
> > >
> > > <snip>
> > >
> > > For those who don't know him, Robert Elz is, of course, the delegate for
> > the
> > > .au country code.
> > On Friday, June 08, 2001 9:18 PM, Robert Elz wrote:
> > > More than that, is also someone who can't even begin to imagine what
> > > an procedural matter in the IETF (which has nothing at all to do with
> > > the DNS, other than that it happened to arise in the working group
> > > that deals with DNS protocol changes) could possibly be of any interest
> > > to the DNSO under any circumstances.
> > Hi Robert
> > Thank you for your inquiry.
> > I am not exactly why Jeff William made this comment but think that it was an
> > oblique reference to an official position which Harald Tveit Alverstrand
> > holds or has held with the IETF.
> > As you have commented that it is "off topic" in relation to the GA list, I
> > have referred the posting to the Committee of List Monitors for
> > adjudication. They may also consider the implications of the reference to
> > Mr Alvestrand.
> > Please note that although both Mr Alvestrand and myself are list monitors,
> > we will not participate in this process. I trust this resolves the issue
> > for you.
> > Best regards
> > Patrick Corliss
> > Alternate Chair
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