IESG Statements on Mailing Lists

These messages represent the IESG's best effort to deal with specific issues that have come up from time to time and are not meant to be a way for the IESG to revise the established IETF processes. If at any time someone feels that one or more of these messages represents a misunderstanding of the intent of the relevant RFCs the issue should be taken to the IESG mailing list for discussion.

Date Posted IESG Statement
2008-04-14 IESG Statement on Spam Control on IETF Mailing Lists
2008-01-23 Advice for WG Chairs Dealing with Off-Topic Postings
2006-02-17 IESG Statement on Disruptive Posting
2006-01-09

Guidance for Spam Control on IETF Mailing Lists

NOTE: This IESG Statement is superseded by the IESG Statement "IESG Statement on Spam Control on IETF Mailing Lists" dated 14 April 2008.

2002-03-13

Guidance for Spam Control on IETF Mailing Lists

NOTE: This IESG Statement is superseded by the IESG Statement "IESG Statement on Spam Control on IETF Mailing Lists" dated 14 April 2008.

2000-08-29 IESG Guidance on the Moderation of IETF Working Group Mailing Lists

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