[Internal-cg] Community Comments Handling Process ..
kavouss.arasteh at gmail.com
Sat Jan 31 14:48:22 UTC 2015
I sent you my comments in two forms
One a clean text
the other texts with revision marks
Have you kindly considered and took them into account
The points that I raised are important and should be reflected in the texts
2015-01-31 13:03 GMT+01:00 Daniel Karrenberg <daniel.karrenberg at ripe.net>:
> I remain unconvinced that we need such a procedure.
> There is no need to respond to individual comments. It is sufficient to
> note that the ICG is paying attention to the forum.
> There is no need to forward any comments to anyone. The forum is public
> and anyone can read it. It is sufficient to point those we wish to take
> action based on comments to the forum.
> We can always request specific actions from anyone.
> On the other hand the procedure creates risks of abuse and bad press for
> Thus we should not implement this procedure.
> 1 - Alert
> This serves no essential purpose as we are all aware of the forum. as
> written it causes the secretariat to forward, and thus multiply, spam.
> 2 - Acknowledge
> This serves no essential purpose as the commenter can check whether their
> comment appears in the forum themselves. It creates a risk for error
> because it assumes the secretariat can reliably determine what in fact is
> spam. While I agree with Martin that "common courtesy" is desirable this
> does not justify the additional effort and the risk.
> 3 - Forward
> This serves no essential purpose as the OCs can read the public forum. It
> involves an unnecessary decision about what is spam and which operational
> community is relevant together with the associated risks for abuse and
> error. We can make the suggestion without forwarding individual comments.
> 4 - Follow-up
> This is not really part of a (new) procedure. We can state this publicly
> without calling it "procedure".
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