*> I just saw the message that this document has been approved. I
*> have a question about the process.
*> Definition in RFC 2434, "IETF Consensus - New values are assigned through
*> the IETF consensus process". The CR-LDP code points are clearly marked
*> as "IETF Consensus", not IESG Approval.
*> I have heard repeatedly, from at least 5 different ADs that three people
*> for and one against does *not* constitute a consensus -- in fact, this
*> was repeated in the TE WG list a couple of days ago.
*> There were several people that raised various objections, from nits
*> to technical issues. Many remain unanswered.
*> Am I to understand that the IESG inferred consensus from the discussions
*> that have taken place (and are still under way)?
Since I was CC'd, I will note that in my role as IANA designated expert
for RSVP, I interpret "IETF consensus" as meaning that at least a Last
Call was conducted. To use any other interpretation seems to me to
be dishonest. I guess I am agreeing with Kireeti.