At 13:18 -0400 3/25/08, Melinda Shore wrote:
I suppose that's the ideal. We know some voices carry more
weight and some carry less, but I think what's actually under
discussion is process abuses, not the resoluation of technical
Okay, that's different from what I was assuming the topic was about -
there are places where the source matters. But in those instances it
shouldn't be the voices that carry more or less weight, but the
position (not person) speaking the voice.
I do cringe when anyone says "not wearing any hats" - especially when
I don't know what hat they might be wearing at any given time. I
know it's a time-honed (not honored) tradition in the IETF but I
don't think it's a good thing. Taking off hats, that is.
Anonymously expressing your opinion is fine but you have to accept
that the opinion could fall on deaf ears. Real actions should be
tied back to an accountable identity or else we just have mob rule.
Edward Lewis +1-571-434-5468
Never confuse activity with progress. Activity pays more.
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