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I-D ACTION:draft-mrose-ietf-posting-00.txt



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	Title		: A Practice for Revoking Posting Rights to IETF mailing
                          lists
	Author(s)	: M. Rose
	Filename	: draft-mrose-ietf-posting-00.txt
	Pages		: 11
	Date		: 2003-4-16
	
All self-governing bodies have ways of managing the scope of
participant interaction. The IETF uses a consensus-driven process for
developing computer-communications standards in an open fashion. An
important part of this consensus-driven process is the pervasive use
of mailing lists for discussion. Notably, in a small number of cases,
a participant has engaged in a 'denial-of-service' attack to disrupt
the consensus-driven process. Regrettably, as these bad faith attacks
become more common, the IETF needs to establish a practice that
reduces or eliminates these attacks. This memo recommends such a
practice for use by the IETF.

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