I am a bit mystified. Since the IETF is open to anyone who cares
to participate, there is no finite community within which to keep
this list (or any other non-confidential information). Once the list
of willing candidates is released, it is just as public as anything
else in the IETF, as far as I can see. RFC 5680 is pretty clear
process change described in this document allows the NomCom to openly
solicit information about nominees who are willing to be considered."
"The list of nominees willing to be considered for positions under
review in the current NomCom cycle is not confidential."
The list of accepted candidates should be posted on the IETF site like the rest
of the noncom information. That was the intent of the discussion that lead up
to RFC 5680. Or to put it another way, anyone who reads the IETF web site is
part of the community.
The is no need for a log in or having to agree to a confidentiality agreement.
The list of nominees willing to be considered for positions under
review in the current NomCom cycle is not confidential.
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