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[rpd] Inbound Policy

Jackson Muthili jacksonmuthi at
Tue Dec 6 08:44:35 UTC 2016

On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 6:34 AM, Andrew Alston
<Andrew.Alston at> wrote:
> Hi David,
> Firstly – I write what I say below in my own capacity – and PURELY my own
> capacity.  What follows is not stated as fact – it is stated as observations
> and as it is stated as my own beliefs, which I hope are not accurate, and I
> am (extremely) open to being PROVED wrong.
> You know – I watched that inbound transfer policy fail – and to be honest I
> expected as much – because let me say it like it is – I do not believe that
> the people who stood against the policy stood against the policy itself – I
> believe this was very much a case of what was described by Chris and Jan at
> the microphone at the end of the meeting.  It seems to be stances are taken
> against the regions the policies come from or the people who author the
> policies.  Until we fix the blatant regional splits in the policy process –
> we will not come right.

Indeed No conceivable explanation why such a proposal could fail apart
from above.

It seems to me that these regional splits were started by you Andrew.
And some of your actions tend to continue championing these splits

You may need to be part of the effort to fix the issues you created.

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