RE: [ga] Consensus
> From: Jonathan Weinberg [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 8:18 AM
> It may be that, given the current state of the ga, we just
> can't follow the "rough consensus" approach of RFC 2418; that
> the members will not recognize any informal decision as
> legitimate, so that nothing can be decided without the
> full trappings of a full-scale, formal vote. If so,
> I think it's a shame, though -- it's testimony to the
> dysfunctionality of this body, and yet another obstacle to
> accomplishing any actual work.
Yes, it is ALL a trust issue. We have all decried the UDRP. The UDRP was
instituted via DNSO/WG-A. Joaquim used the IETF "consensus call" method. The
problem is that it is perceived that he used the "consensus call" to pound
through a result that didn't really have consensus. Regardless of either of
our reletive opinions in that matter you must surely recognise that, lacking
a recorded vote or poll, the entire output of WG-A is forever tainted. There
is no clearly supported work-product.
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