NOTICE: ruling on objections to the Fast Track of uk.telecom.voip

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by Chris Croughton as Control, May 6, 2005.

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    The Committee has received an objection to the Fast Track of uk.telecom.voip
    on the grounds that:

    1) The current traffic in uk.telecom is from a small group of 'dabblers'
    and relates only to one flaky supplier.

    2) The present discussions have little technical merit.

    3) Only the greater technical expertise already to be found on uk.telecom
    would be adequate to support proper technical dicussions.

    Regarding #1, the Committee notes that a sufficient number of people,
    'dabblers' or not, has expressed interest in the group. #2 and #3 appear
    to be in conflict, but in any case the Committee cannot see why experts
    currently on uk.telecom who might be inclined to offer technical opinions
    should not do so on the new group.

    There was one further objection with no reason given. None of these
    objections is upheld.

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    Chris Croughton as Control, May 6, 2005
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