grenville armitage wrote:
My only concern is that we're using codepoint assignment denial as a means
of protecting the Internet from poor, TCP-unfriendly end2end algorithms.
Who's "we"? The IESG said that the IESG wasn't going to approve a codepoint,
and that the only way to get it approved would be IETF consensus. IETF review
might be considered a good way of attempting to protect the Internet; it's
the only lever "we" have, anyway.
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