[LEAPSECS] why not ITU-T?
sla at ucolick.org
Mon Sep 6 13:17:14 EDT 2010
On Mon 2010-09-06T17:11:11 +0000, Poul-Henning Kamp hath writ:
> So, Astronomers should Own Time, because they did it first, but
> ITU-T should take time over from ITU-R because they are more recent ?
Rather because the ITU-T process is not as dysfunctional as the ITU-R.
> Given that ITU-T is irrellevant and has been int since they did the
> OSI-protocols, I see no point...
Putting a bit more thought into it, the functional parts of the ITU-T
tend to be an alphanumeric label applied to an already-working
protocol. As such it is long the case that time decisively belongs to
Dave Mills and the NTP crew.
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