I support adoption of these proposed guidelines, but have a couple of minor
After an erratum is reported, a report will be sent to the authors and
Area Directors (ADs) of the WG in which it originated. If the WG has
closed or the document was not associated with a WG, then the
report will be sent to the ADs for the Area most closely associated
to the subject matter.
If the document was produced by a WG that is not closed, the report should
be copied to the WG chairs as well.
5. Ugly typos that are clearly bogus typos but would not cause any
confusions to implementation or deployments should be Archived.
The intent here is reasonable, but IMHO it's kind of poorly expressed.
I'd suggest "Clear typographical errors which would not cause...".
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