I do not want to speak for Bob or Marshall. However, Bob is away
from email, and I have not seen responses from Marshall to any email
that I sent him recently, so Marshall is either away or swamped.
The Trustees have agreed to the points that will be made in the
response to John Klensin's request for review. The Trustees are
waiting to see the final text. Once that text is presented and
wordsmithed, it will be posted. I expected that to happen before
now, but August schedules have interfered.
At 10:19 PM 8/25/2009, Margaret Wasserman wrote:
Hi Marshall and Bob,
Could you please let us know the current status of this appeal?
In the plenary in Stockholm, I understood you to say that you _do_
consider the decisions of the IAOC and the Trust to be subject to the
appeals procedure, which I think is a good decision. However, it has
been about 6 weeks since this appeal was sent, and I do not see a
location on the IAOC/Trust web pages where the appeal text is posted,
nor have I seen any response.
I think that there are several very valid points in John's appeal, and
I largely agree with it. I note that the IAOC has already begun the
process of bringing the minutes up to date, which I consider to be an
important step. Could you help me to understand how you are reacting
or responding to other portions of this appeal?
On Jul 18, 2009, at 3:38 PM, John C Klensin wrote:
--On Saturday, July 18, 2009 12:55 -0400 Marshall Eubanks
We (the Trustees) have received feedback on the proposed
changes to the Trust Legal Provisions (TLP) and have agreed to
take the following actions. Since the original call went out
on the 23rd of June, the comment period is extended to the
23rd of July.
While I believe these changes are all improvements, I also
recall several additional sets of comments on the IETF mailing
list, including those that addressed the issues of:
Consequently, by this message to you and copy of this note to
the IAOC Chair, and under the provisions of Section 3.5 of RFC
4071, I formally request that the Trustees review their actions,
that the IAOC review the actions of the Trustees as part of the
IASA process, and that the following actions be taken:
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