On Thu, 15 Jun 2000 08:55:52 PDT, Pankaj K Jha said:
It's truly irritating that people do not spend their time responding to
issues, but they are so fast in responding to non-tech and spam emails. Maybe
Perhaps the replies to technical issues are just as fast, but are taking place
in other venues than the main IETF list. I'll admit that I've not posted much
to the IETF-SMTP or IETF-822 mailing lists of late, but they've been pretty
quiet. The big discussion regarding RFC1191 Path MTU Discovery is currently
over on the NANOG list (which isn't an IETF list, but that's where it's going
on at the moment). I expect that technical discussion of Lahey's ietf-draft
regarding Path MTU Discovery will go on someplace else other than this list
On a related note, I noticed that IETF draft announcements do *NOT* list
a vector pointing to where discussion of the draft should be directed.
Although the author's address is available down in the draft, should there
be a 'Discussion regarding this draft should go to mailto:list(_at_)wherever'
Operating Systems Analyst
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