[IANA-RC] receiving community comments
louie at louie.net
Wed Mar 15 14:51:04 CET 2017
Thank you, Nicolas. And our tool "decision" might be simplified in that we
don't even need to address the comments directly.
I had put "decision" in quotes because it may be easy enough to just agree
on the goals and requirements, and then let our Secretariat make some
suggestions prior to implementation. Trying to think light-weight..... :)
On Wed, Mar 15, 2017 at 1:00 PM, Nicolas Antoniello <nantoniello at gmail.com>
> I agree that it should not be a discussion list.
> Also let's think if there is any better solution for gathering and later
> search thorough all comments than a mail list.
> On Wed, Mar 15, 2017 at 8:48 AM, Louie Lee <louie at louie.net> wrote:
>> With the goal of setting up a mechanism to collect community comments,
>> these are the goals I'm capturing in our meeting:
>> 1. A mailbox for collecting community comments
>> 2. The messages would be publicly displayed so that:
>> 1. the commenters can confirm that each comment has been received, and
>> 2. it is easy to collate and publish the comments later in the
>> 3. The comments are not meant to be a community discussion list.
>> While these goals can be accomplished via a mailing list, I think that it
>> would be useful to display the comments in a way that is not in the typical
>> mailing list archive format. I would think that we wouldn't want to set the
>> expectation that there is a mailing list that can be subscribed to for a
>> full email discussion.
>> And it **might** be useful for the RC members also receive each comment
>> in our mailbox to ease searches with the members individually subscribed to
>> this comment list.
>> If someone has a better suggestion for receiving, displaying, and
>> collating comments, please speak up. I'm simply recognizing that a mailing
>> list engine is a familiar backend tool to help us with this.
>> Rc mailing list
>> Rc at nro.net
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