--On 11. februar 2005 11:52 -0500 Leslie Daigle <leslie(_at_)thinkingcat(_dot_)com>
To try to minimize the change from the original edits, may I suggest
Should the IETF standards process at some future date come to
include other technical activities, the IAOC is responsible for
developing plans to provide administrative support for them.
Is that better?
That probably makes more sense. BTW, ISOC and the IASA are logical
places to look for such. But in this context IASA is the hands and feet
and IAOC is the brain. So putting the responsibility with the IAOC is
FWIW, I like this proposal. I don't believe the intention was ever to
create blank cheques, but the IASA as a whole is meant to be
driven by the IETF's needs, and we shouldn't lose sight of that
even as we give the IAOC the necessary tools to push back on
things it can't do. I think this strikes the reasonable balance.
Added to edit buffer.
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