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Subject: Re: [cti] Taking a step back to gain some perspective

I wholeheartedly agree with Trey’s sentiments here.
We have a common foe and we all fight for the same purpose and principles.

In everything we do I encourage us all to look for our common ground and to seek options and solutions that address our own concerns without excluding or ignoring the concerns of others. This may involve lively debate at times but in the end should be convergent rather than divergent. I truly believe it is possible to find such consensus solutions. They may not always give everyone 100% of what they desire but they should ideally include all perspectives and offer best value to the community as a whole.

In the interests of community consensus and progress I will extend a similar olive branch and agree to halt my personal efforts to lobby towards JSON-LD as an official decision for the time being. 


On 12/10/15, 7:43 AM, "Trey Darley" <cti@lists.oasis-open.org on behalf of trey@soltra.com> wrote:

>All -
>Just to be clear, I do *not* underestimate the challenges confronting
>us in the infosec space *nor* am I claiming that information-sharing
>is the silver bullet that will save the world. Nor do I take it as a
>given that our common project will ultimately prove successful in
>making a substantial impact.
>But I *do* firmly maintain that when you look beyond the issues that
>currently divide our community, there is a common goal of trying to
>make the internet more secure and thereby make the world a safer
>place. The extent to which we're able to come together in spite of our
>differences and build upon what unites us in order to forge ahead with
>renewed vigor is the overwhelming factor that will determine the fate
>of our project and what sort of legacy we leave behind.
>We confront some hard problems. But we're a resilient species and have
>proven time and again that when the chips are down, we can pull
>together to achieve the seemingly impossible. Let us not lose heart,
>nor allow our momentum to be deflected by ego or tribalism.
>As someone who's emerged as something of a polarizing figure in the
>messaging tribe, let me be clear: I'm extending an olive branch. We're
>all fighting for the same cause. We can do this together.
>Trey Darley
>Senior Security Engineer
>4DAA 0A88 34BC 27C9 FD2B  A97E D3C6 5C74 0FB7 E430
>Soltra | An FS-ISAC & DTCC Company
>"There's never enough time. Thank you for yours." --Dan Geer

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