On 2010-03-11 00:42 Dave CROCKER said:
An appeal needs to state its concerns and requirements clearly and concisely.
That might include masses of reference material, but the appeal statement,
itself, needs to be short and to the point.
When an appeal is lodged that fails these basic criteria, I strongly suggest
that it is imprudent to invest valuable IETF management time processing
text or a mass of text.
The prudent action is to return it to the appellant, stating that it cannot
processed until it has been made clear and concise.
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