[Internal-cg] Open operational community processes
Milton L Mueller
mueller at syr.edu
Sat Sep 6 09:02:32 UTC 2014
This is the same as my last message, but I changed the header (which I should have done last time). If you want to respond to me, please respond to this message not the other one.
> -----Original Message-----
> Since then we've brought the draft RFP into our community, and the
> community is now busy working on an actual proposal.
> The first draft of that proposal is out. I think the IETF's questions
> about this topic are more in the proposal itself, and something we can
> work on ourselves, and at
I have a bit of a problem with this, sorry to say. While I think it's fine that people in IETF are developing ideas for proposals, the RFP makes it clear that the process in each operational community is supposed to be open and transparent, and include other interested and affected parties. I think it would be a travesty if we release the RFP and the IETF announces 5 days later that they are finished.
Even if this is presented as a "Draft," any different ideas coming from the outside would be dealing with what is in effect a sealed process, in which changes would not be welcome or even seriously considered. The IETF needs to convene a publicly announced, open process based on the RFP that we are developing.
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