"pbaker" == Hallam-Baker, Phillip <pbaker(_at_)verisign(_dot_)com> writes:
pbaker> I agree that there were no technical comments but the summary
pbaker> states 'no comments'. Arguments on complexity are too easy to
pbaker> make. Every time a proposal is made I hear the complexity
pbaker> argument used against it. Everything we do is
pbaker> complex. Computers are complex. Committee process usually
pbaker> increases complexity somewhat.
pbaker> If an argument can always be used what is the discrimination power?
I find that it's not useful to consider complexity as an abstract
concept in this context. The world is complex. What is important is
how we manage that complexity. I think that it is much more useful to
evaluate complexity from a functional perspective.
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