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[ga] IAB Exonerates Jefsey Morfin

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  • Subject: [ga] IAB Exonerates Jefsey Morfin
  • From: Danny Younger <dannyyounger@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2006 07:42:58 -0800 (PST)
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>From the Ruling:

"The IAB found that the response provided by the IESG
in this action did not provide sufficient
justification to sustain the banning of Mr. Morfin
from the ietf-languages mailing list. In particular,
while the IAB agrees with the IESG that no specific
mailing list process RFCs directly apply in this case,
its response is not sufficiently clear why RFC 3934 is
considered applicable "by analogy". Further, it is
also unclear from the IESG's response what the scope
of applicability of RFC 3934 might be, or when other
process RFCs might be applied "by analogy". Therefore,
the IESG's action does not meet the clear and public
requirement outlined above and the IAB annuls the
IESG's decision in this appeal and sends the matter
back to the IESG for resolution." 


Congratulations to Jefsey for prevailing in this matter.

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