Julian is *way* behind on the meeting minutes.
The IESG is now at <http://www.ietf.org/iesg/iesg.2005-03-31> -
Council at <http://spf.mehnle.net/Council_Meeting/2005-02-09>
or <http://spf.mehnle.net/Council_Resolution/22> (2005-04-27).
The directory views <http://spf.mehnle.net/Council_Resolution/>
and <http://spf.mehnle.net/Council_Meeting/> don't work at the
Meeting minutes are lower priority.
For the interested public something like the IESG "datatracker"
is _all_ that makes them any different from a "secret society
for the destruction of the Internet" - if they are lucky. That
is the idea of "glasnost" or transparency.
Meng said that it would be hard to schedule a meeting, so he
is going try and set the times. I trust that he will.
Now after Greg has accepted to join the SPF Council that point
is not more a live-and-death matter, but you were so >.< close
to a potentially blocked Council.
Anyone who wants to know why Chuck resigned will have to ask
I hope he will explain this stunt. These must have been very
"interesting" 77 minutes from his agenda to his resignation on
There are lots of reasons for resigning that are purely
Not within 77 minutes, unless somebody died (or similar cases),
and then he could have said "for personal reasons". I stick to
my theory, you and Julian joined the opposition, Greg supports
the "PRA is no real problem" position, and my comfortable 60%
of imaginary Council "shares" just plummeted to a mere 20%.
Chuck had this no-nonsense focus - forcing you to pull in one
direction in critical situations. Like Meng talking about his
pet fantasies "PRA is no real problem" or "FAIL was a bad idea"
again. And again, And again.
<http://www.OpenSPF.org/> "currently 171 pledge signatures"