[rfc-i] [IAB] Headers and Boilerplates is done.
touch at ISI.EDU
Thu Nov 19 09:41:14 PST 2009
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Bob Braden wrote:
>> If it's too late to make these changes as a group, then it's also
>> inappropriate to consider them as AUTH48. They're not merely typographic
>> or grammatical; they underly the discussion on which the consensus is
> I'm sorry Joe, but I completely fail to understand your rationale here.
Let me rephrase:
My read of the original suggestion was that no consensus discussion
would occur - that this would be up to the authors/RFC Editor. Because
this is a substantive change, I disagree with that conclusion.
If we have changes to content, we need to achieve consensus.
Such changes should not be made solely at the discretion of the author
and RFC Editor during AUTH48.
(I don't care if we make consensus changes during AUTH48; whether that
can happen is up to the process - I had presumed that was prohibited,
but I don't care either way).
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