On 7/12/2010 2:52 PM, Joel Jaeggli wrote:
On 7/12/10 2:34 PM, Martin Rex wrote:
todd glassey wrote:
Martin Rex wrote:
to improve things. Personally, I don't think so.
You mean that you think change that will protect the disclosure of
identities and proper notice as to who people represent is a bad thing?
about the consent on the use of PII. And if the assumption is
conservative (as I think it has been in the IETF), then it is going
to be in the interest of the data subject, and if unclear, one
should resort to ask the data subject (= opt-in).
have we all read the note well?
Your ietf contribution will be made public.
It was accepted by everyone who registered for the meeting.
Only if a NOTEWELL commentary was publicly posted at the meeting and
notice was given at the time the person registered.
"All IETF Contributions are subject to the rules of RFC 5378 and RFC
3979 (updated by RFC 4879)."
While it is technically possible to attend an IETF meeting without
making a contribution what exactly is the point in doing so? you can
save a few thousand dollars by staying home and listening to the
That brings up another issue of whether the requirements to attend
prevent those without the wherewithall to travel to be member's of the
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