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Re: [ga] General comments on the agenda

On 12 July 1999, "Michael Froomkin - U.Miami School of Law" <froomkin@law.miami.edu> wrote:

>On the telco today someone (J.Sola?) said that there have been no
>objections to the working group agenda.  This is optimistic.

I too have witnessed objections to the agenda, and was aghast when this
was said (I also cannot remember whether it was Javier or Amadeau who
said this).

I'll be a bit less polite than Michael here.  How dare they make a
blanket statement like this.  There was a very strong implication that
there was a solid mechanism in place for raising such objections.
Has anyone read about any such mechanism?  If so, where is the text
found?  I would think that common sense would dictate that said 
mechanism be made clear at the same time the agenda is announced.

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