Quoting Christian Stroetmann (stroetmann@xxxxxxxxxxxxx):
Aloha James, Aloha Kees;That's not what private means in this case. A private nak is one made
Ont the 02.08.2010 08:57, Kees Cook wrote:
On Mon, Aug 02, 2010 at 04:41:08PM +1000, James Morris wrote:A private NAK against a company's developer's OK
On Sun, 1 Aug 2010, Kees Cook wrote:
Well, at least I'll have something for my summit presentation again.
On the other hand, it's rather hard for me to defend against a private NAK.
Where is the difference private and company? I thought that it
doesn't matter who and what a developer is, and where she/he comes
in a private email, so that the list - and the submitter - can't see the
rationale. It is problematic because it doesn't really allow the other
party to address the objection.
(No big deal - Christoph has since responded in public.)