At 04:02 19-03-10, Dave Cridland wrote:
The IAB made a clear statement that we need i18n support, yet over a
decade after RFC 2130 or RFC 2825, the RFCs themselves still have a
strict ASCII limitation. Sure, that wasn't mentioned at the time, but
does nobody else find this plain shameful?
As seen in an I-D:
"The IETF is an international organization with open participation.
It is important that the IETF leadership be a reflection of the
diversity of its participants."
The "IETF is an open organization as such one would expect that no
single company or funder of participants would dominate the
What if those positions were a non-diverse set in terms of geographic
region, ethnicity and gender?
What if the number of positions was not limited to two for a single
company or funding source and the positions for an area had the same
What if there was a dominance of vendors in those positions?
A person could also ask whether it is shameful. There is absolutely
no relationship between the question asked (see quoted text) and this
response. It is up to the reader to assess the state of spin.
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