Ole Jacobsen <ole at cisco dot com> wrote:
Objectionable hotel clauses notwithstanding, some folks have argued
that we should basically boycott China and not hold a meeting there
for reasons ranging from Internet policies to Human Rights.
I've only heard a handful of people argue against going to China on
principle. Several more have expressed concerns about going to China on
the basis of unprecedented contractual terms. Statistically at least,
it might be proper to treat the first group as outliers in this
discussion, rather than as representative of the second group.
I'd sure like to see a clearer indication of whether people in positions
of authority are expressing opinions in that capacity, or just as
individuals. That request is not just for you, of course.
Doug Ewell | Thornton, Colorado, USA | http://www.ewellic.org
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