On 11-10-29 11:14 AM, SM wrote:
Dear 2011-2012 nominating committee members,
You requested feedback from the IETF community for positions on the
IESG, IAB and IAOC. As none of the candidates shared their views
about a simple question that was asked on the IETF mailing list, I
gather that none of them are reading the mailing list. I am in two
minds about whether to provide feedback or not. I'll share with you
why the decision is not so easy.
If you feel that the position of the nominees on a specific issue is
important to know, please send us a note about the issue and why you
think it is important.
There is this thing called social networks. They provide an
important service as they enable little girls to keep us abreast of
their state of well-being. You can even click on an "I Like" button
to provide input about hotness. It is easier to determine whether
the candidates would make an informed decision if they share their
views on an IETF mailing list.
I noticed that the term "transparency of the process" only appears in
two of the three questionnaires. Is there a reason for the omission?
The omission is intentional. The text in question ("transparency of the
process") is about the handling of appeals. Since the IAOC is not
involved in the handling of appeals the text does not appear in the IAOC
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