The errata system is a bespoke system with all the associated
quirks and there is no good reason why we couldn't re-define
errata so that they are those things handled by some OSS s/w
that we pick.
It takes too much of an AD's or the ISE's time to read, review, and verify or reject errata.
“It's not a bug tracking system and each time someone fills a bogus errata it adds burden on protocol implementers.”
Searching for serious errata when faced with an unprioritized list is hard.
Most individual errata are not actually important; the community needs to be able to quickly distinguish between what is and isn't important
Tangential concerns - in scope?
Desire for a system that acts as an idea-for-document-update repository