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Hi Russ,from a privacy perspective: may I ask for what purpose you propose to publish the blue sheets (with the names of all WG session attendees) with the proceedings? AFAIK, at the moment the blue sheets are basically available on request especially in case of IP questions. What would lead to the proposal to publish the list of names of attendees always with the proceedings?
Best regards, TobiasPs.: btw. though I might be the only one, but I liked the blue sheet replacement experiment (RFID) in Hiroshima...
On 22/04/12 22:31, IETF Chair wrote:
At IETF 83, we had a discussion about the future of blue sheets, many spoke at the mic in support of the proposal. There has been very little discussion on the mail list. However, all of the discussion that I have see has been very supportive. The suggestion is three blue sheet changes: 1. No longer ask for email address; 2. Scan the blue sheet and include the image in the proceedings for the WG session; and 3. Discard paper blue sheets after scanning. Please speak up if you think this is the wrong thing to do. Thanks, Russ