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[liberationtech] Call for Comment: 'Privacy Considerations for Internet Protocols'

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Wed Jan 30 14:50:37 PST 2013

From: Alissa Cooper <acooper at>

Just a reminder that the comment period for
draft-iab-privacy-considerations is open until February 18.

*From: *IAB Chair <iab-chair at>
*Date: *January 16, 2013 5:30:34 PM EST

This is an announcement of an IETF-wide Call for Comment on 'Privacy
Considerations for Internet Protocols'.

The document is being considered for publication as an Informational RFC
within the IAB stream, and is available for inspection here:

The Call for Comment will last until February 18, 2013. Please send
comments to iab at or submit them via TRAC (see below).
Submitting Comments via TRAC
1. To submit an issue in TRAC, you first need to login to the IAB site on
the tools server:

2. If you don't already have a login ID, you can obtain one by navigating
to this site:

3. Once you have obtained an account, and have logged in, you can file an
issue by navigating to the ticket entry form:

4. When opening an issue:
a. The Type: field should be set to "defect" for an issue with the current
document text, or "enhancement" for a proposed addition of functionality
(such as an additional requirement).
b. The Priority: field is set based on the severity of the Issue. For
example, editorial issues are typically "minor" or "trivial".
c. The Milestone: field should be set to milestone1 (useless, I know).
d. The Component: field should be set to the document you are filing the
issue on.
e. The Version: field should be set to "1.0".
f. The Severity: field should be set to based on the status of the document
(e.g. "In WG Last Call" for a document in IAB last call)
g. The Keywords: and CC: fields can be left blank unless inspiration seizes
h. The Assign To: field is generally filled in with the email address of
the editor.

5. Typically it won't be necessary to enclose a file with the ticket, but
if you need to, select "I have files to attach to this ticket".

6. If you want to preview your Issue, click on the "Preview" button. When
you're ready to submit the issue, click on the "Create Ticket" button.

7. If you want to update an issue, go to the "View Tickets" page:

Click on the ticket # you want to update, and then modify the ticket fields
as required.
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