violation of DB T&C by DB-WG co-chair, is it acceptable?
Nigel Titley nigel at titley.com
Sat Oct 14 23:53:10 CEST 2017
On 14/10/17 12:37, Carsten Schiefner wrote: > William, > > On 13.10.2017 21:56, William Sylvester wrote: >> [...] >> >> 2. Conduct of a co-chair for a working group. This is a much more >> challenging issue, should a chair be held accountable for the >> actions of an employer? > > are we really talking about an action by some random colleagues of David > he'd barely know as they would work in another department across the > street and therefore he'd almost never have anything to do with them? I can speak to this from personal experience. When I worked for BT, a misguided salesdroid mined the RIPE DB and used it to send spam to possible customers. When I found out I arranged for the salesdroid to be suitably formally warned, extracted an apology from them and passed the apologies of the company to the RIPE NCC and the community. At the time I was a co-chair of the DB WG. I would expect any member of the community (not just a WG chair) to do likewise. Nigel
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