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TEWG Design Team
- To: te-wg <email@example.com>
- Subject: TEWG Design Team
- From: "Wijnen, Bert (Bert)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2001 22:48:45 +0200
- Cc: Scott Bradner <email@example.com>
- Delivery-date: Tue, 12 Jun 2001 13:53:59 -0700
- Envelope-to: firstname.lastname@example.org
> We had a great response to our call for volunteers - 27 people sent in
> their names and indicated their readyness to help. As noted in RFC 2418
> sec 6.5 design teams work best when they are small so we could not accept
> everyone who offered their services. We evaluated the volunteers with the
> ADs, TAs and TEWG chairs and we decided to compose the team as follows:
Ed Kern, email@example.com (chair).
> Malin Carlzon, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Griffin, email@example.com
Tom Reddington, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Liljenstolpe, email@example.com
Wai Sum Lai, firstname.lastname@example.org
Longsong Lin, email@example.com
Dave McDysan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rob Coltun, email@example.com
> We thank everyone who volunteered for their willingness to serve. we also
> want to remind everyone (including the design team) that, as noted
> in the same section of RFC 2418, "The output of a design team is always
> subject to approval, rejection or modification by the WG as a whole."
> i.e. being on the design team means that the rest of the WG will get to
> comment on their work without having to put in the original effort.
> We will be sending out a formal charge to the designe team in the next few
> days and expect that they will produce an Internet Draft (well) before
> the ID cutoff for the London IETF meeting.
> Bert & Scott