I'm speaking here as an individual. I'd like to build
consensus for my position both within the IESG and within the
community, but I realize that if I fail to build that
consensus, I cannot make this objection as a single IESG
ken> Its now been about 2 weeks since the last comment was sent on
ken> this thread. Do you feel you have reached consensus?
I sent my IESG comments two weeks ago, and Jon should be following up
with the WG chairs.
Since I (and most of the IETF list) don't have access to that private
correspondence, I don't know if your comments addressed my above
question of whether you feel there was consensus reached given your
original statement/position. I won't ask you to repeat your private
comments, but I would appreciate your feedback on my question given
the amount of correspondence on the IETF list concerning this thread.
As a side note, I'm a little surprised that your concluding(?)
remarks were made in private. When I had sent you a private comment
on this thread a couple of weeks ago, you had responded with a desire
that I keep my correspondence in public. I guess its just me, but it
just feels that your action is a bit inconsistent.
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