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Re: [wg-d] Interim measures: second thoughts
On 7 September 1999, Randy Bush <email@example.com> wrote:
>> not enough of the WG members are willing to compromise. (In particular --
>> in my personal opinion -- some of the folks most interested in a
>> slow/sparse/highly controlled rollout seem unwilling to make even small
>> concessions.) On that basis, I'm willing to agree with Javier that option
>> (v) is our only realistic choice.
>amazingly enough, the folk of the slow/cautious opinion say very similar
>things about your position ('interesting' that a co-chair has a position).
>as the general net.wisdom is that the slow/... can later be changed to a
>faster rollout, but not vice verse, it would seem that a compromise may be
>possible, even if it is not one you prefer.
1) "net.wisdom" is not an authoritative or verifiable source for input
to this discussion.
2) This is WG-D. Arguments about the substance of WG-C should be
3) You've never had any trouble having a position while maintaining
positions as chair or representative. I'd think twice before
throwing stones, Randy.
Please limit yourself to constructive, on-topic input in this group.
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