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Subject: Re: [cti] Consensus Achieved on 2 topics


It sounds like there are still open concerns on these issues and it makes sense to leave them still open to discussion for this week.
The concern is simply the number of open issues and different discussion threads occurring at once and whether we can all effectively deal with the needed context-shifting in order to make good progress. Hopefully, these topics that have been discussed at length and whose proposed normative text that was put out for review last week will only involve a relatively minor amount of time.

Does anyone have any significant concerns with this approach?


On 2/16/16, 9:27 AM, "cti@lists.oasis-open.org on behalf of Piazza, Rich" <cti@lists.oasis-open.org on behalf of rpiazza@mitre.org> wrote:

>Here at  MITRE we don't get President's Day off, but you point is well taken :-)
>For the record, I haven't done anything yet.  I'm waiting for the working meeting today.
>OTOH - I think those items had an original due date of 2/5...
>	Rich
>Rich Piazza
>The MITRE Corporation
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Trey Darley [mailto:trey@soltra.com] 
>Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2016 5:33 AM
>To: Piazza, Rich <rpiazza@mitre.org>
>Cc: cti@lists.oasis-open.org
>Subject: Re: [cti] Consensus Achieved on 2 topics
>On 15.02.2016 15:33:35, Patrick Maroney wrote:
>> (2) An aggressive schedule (1-2 Business Days) for review and
>> comments on draft normative text might work well for those who can
>> dedicate full-time attention to this process (including time to dig
>> out and review potentially 100s-1,000s of related Slack Channel
>> comments).
>Hey, Rich -
>Pat's right, allowing just 1-2 business days for review of proposed
>draft text before declaring consensus is too aggressive. In this case,
>you said if no comments were submitted by COB yesterday we'd declare
>consensus but yesterday was a US national holiday, hence many on the
>list probably didn't even read your mail yet.
>If we're sticking to the one tranche per week idea, how about if we
>leave last week's completed tranche open for review while we work on
>this week's tranche? To me, that's a fair balance between maintaining
>our desired velocity and allowing folks in the community to have the
>occasional sick day.
>Trey Darley
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