This is a different discussion, however, you are
right on target with that discussion - at least for IDs
in general. Wouldn't this be subject to a DoS attack,
if applied to individual ID submissions?
--> -----Original Message-----
--> From: Thomas Narten [mailto:narten(_at_)us(_dot_)ibm(_dot_)com]
--> Sent: Thursday, June 15, 2006 11:12 AM
--> To: Ash, Gerald R (Jerry), ALABS
--> Cc: Bob Braden; ietf(_at_)ietf(_dot_)org
--> Subject: Re: Last Call: 'Proposed Experiment: Normative
--> Format in Addition to ASCII Text' to Experimental RFC
--> > It is quite reasonable to last call this draft at this
--> point. It has
--> > been reviewed for ~6 months. This version posted to the list for
--> > comments more than 3 weeks ago, plenty of time for more
--> comments, but no
--> > comments were posted to the list on this version.
--> Maybe reviewer fatigue?
--> One thing missing from this discussion (that I think would have been
--> helpful) is running all the previous comments through an issue
--> tracker, so folk could go review the history, and most important of
--> all, those who raised issue can go see if they believe their issues
--> have been dealt with appropriately. One of the most frustrating and
--> demoralizing aspects of IETF participation is spending time doing a
--> careful review, and then feeling like your comments have been blown
--> off. Trackers make it much harder for that to happen, which in my
--> experience is a very good thing for all involved.
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