" The confirming bodies should not be concerned with the way the
Nomcom got to the point of nominating someone (at least not during
the process), but they are there to examine the nomination and
nominee and to determine if - in the confirming body's best judgement
- the nominee is acceptable for the position."
And yet you believe that ALL the information provided by a candidate
to the nomcom should be freely available to the confirming bodies?
The only thing at issue here is: What information did the candidate
think would be forwarded to the confirming body and what information
did he/she have a reasonable expectation would stay within the
This may not require a new process RFC, it may simply require a
questionnaire with a "confidential" section.
The rest of your note isn't worth responding to since you choose to
use such phrases as "FUD" and "HOG WASH". Sorry Mike, I would have
expected better from you!
Ole J. Jacobsen
Editor and Publisher, The Internet Protocol Journal
Tel: +1 408-527-8972 Mobile: +1 415-370-4628
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