My immediate guess would be that if it were shown that you hummed against a
certain draft then yes, you would be under disclosure obligation under
My personal theory on the meaning of "participate" in BCP78 is that when you
influence in any way the decision making process related to a draft and
inside the IETF context, you are in. If you don't, you are probably not in.
On 7/30/09 4:23 PM, "Marc Petit-Huguenin" <petithug(_at_)acm(_dot_)org> wrote:
Stephan Wenger wrote:
One can sit in a WG meeting for years, and never incur a disclosure
obligation under BCP78, correct? Just sitting there and not
saying/writing/contributing a thing does not trigger a disclosure
obligation. Same goes for merely being subscribed to a mailing list.
Am I right that somebody whose only participation is a hum in a WG
session is under disclosure obligation? (not that there is any way
to enforce this).
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