As for Marshall's comments: there is certainly nothing nefarious about
having a large body of source work when trying to start a Working Group
(I cite XMPP as a recent example). What is important is for folks to
focus on the *charter text* and the desired output, rather than make
assumptions about the intent of those contributors.
and, as has been repeatedly pointed out, the text in the proposed
charter is rather poor. we now have four sets of people with entirely
different interpretations (some from the SIP camp, some from the XMPP
camp, plus the IETF chair).
Marshall, if there is something specific that you don't like about the
charter as a generic conferencing working group, please propose