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RE: announce: www-rdf-calendar mailing list
If it is working - have you offered it as a tool to the rest of the IETF
working groups? That is each working group has a very similar set of
problems (some encounter it much more frequently than we do). From what I
have observed in my participation over this last year - anything that can be
done to make the various standards bodies communicate with each other
better, avoid duplicating efforts, and keep up on what other groups are
working on is fundamentally a very good thing and a major step forward.
Just my two cents.
(it would also be interesting if the same software could be modified to
monitor other lists that may be going back and forth about a particular
topic prior to submitting it - could help head off issues before they even
get submitted formally.)
[mailto:owner-ietf-calendar@xxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of John Stracke
Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2001 11:35 AM
To: 'Ietf-Calendar@Imc. Org'
Subject: Re: announce: www-rdf-calendar mailing list
Steve Mansour wrote:
> this bot sounds pretty cool. So, John, can you make the information your
> bot finds available to the rest of us?
Oh, yeah--if it finds any calsch-related Draft, it sends a message to the
(Unfortunately, the one time it found anything, I found that it was
and the message bounced...but it was a false alarm anyway. :-)
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