Re: [802SEC] criteria for posting information to EC reflector
I agree with Paul's "short list" and if I think of anything I think should
be added, I will propose it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Nikolich [mailto:paul.nikolich@ATT.NET]
> Sent: Sunday, July 24, 2005 9:18 AM
> To: STDS-802-SEC@listserv.ieee.org
> Subject: [802SEC] criteria for posting information to EC reflector
> Dear EC Members,
> Roger has brought up an interesting issue with respect to
> whether or not it is appropriate to put the attachment with
> high level contract terms in Buzz's motion on the reflector.
> I decided it was acceptable because the EC has had similar
> information from Buzz included in their minutes in the past.
> The larger question of exactly what is acceptable to post
> onto the reflector remains, however. We don't have any
> crisp guidelines. I would like to hear from the EC members
> on what they think is an appropriate set of guidelines on
> this topic, then I'll include it in the chair's guidelines document.
> To get the list started, in my opinion the following
> information should be kept private:
> a) final vendor contracts for review and approval (on the
> other hand, high level summary of terms and conditions are
> appropriate for posting)
> b) any personal information (all reflector traffic should be
> strictly 802 business related)
> c) any information that has been explicitly deemed
> 'confidential and proprietary'
> d) any information the EC has explicitly decided to be of
> 'executive privilege'
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