On 1/25/12 3:27 PM, SM wrote:
At 13:50 25-01-2012, Adrian Farrel wrote:
2. How will the IETF handle the breach of IPR policy?
That's the uncomfortable question. Some alternatives are:
(a) Ask the company not to participate in the IETF for X period
We all participate as individuals.
(b) Take action against the individual(s) responsible for the
(c) Ask the individual(s) involved for an explanation
Always a good idea. Ask questions first.
(d) Do nothing
That seems like a bad idea.
I believe the document should be returned to the working group who are
the main victims of the disruptive behaviour by the author.
There aren't any victims here. Before making a statement, it is up to
the person to ask the question instead of assuming the answer.
Causing the WG (and IESG, and general IETF community) to consider these
matters is taking time from many people who I'm sure have better things
to do. I for one consider that to be disruptive.
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