[cabfpub] [Servercert-wg] Ballot FORUM-4 v2

InigoBarreira v-inigo at 360.cn
Fri Sep 14 07:06:49 UTC 2018


I´d remove all mentions to ETSI TS documents (102 042 and 101 456) in all CABF documents. These TSs have not been updated for years, they don´t reflect the current requirements of the CABF.

De: Servercert-wg [servercert-wg-bounces at cabforum.org] en nombre de Tim Hollebeek via Servercert-wg [servercert-wg at cabforum.org]
Enviado: jueves, 13 de septiembre de 2018 20:46
Para: Tim Hollebeek; CA/Browser Forum Public Discussion List; Ryan Sleevi; servercert-wg at cabforum.org
Asunto: Re: [Servercert-wg] Ballot FORUM-4 v2

As discussed on the Validation WG call, this unfortunately is probably not going to be possible for this particular ballot.  Ben did a lot of work to get the current redlined document to accurately reflect what the Bylaws were intended to be at this point.

In the attached version 3, I’ve corrected a typo that was left behind after I reverted the ETSI changes.  I would urge a few people to take a close look at it and make sure there are no additional errors …

I’ll aim to update the ballot (again, sigh…) once I’ve heard from a few people that it looks good based on analysis that is independent of mine and Ben’s.


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Subject: Re: [cabfpub] [Servercert-wg] Ballot FORUM-4 v2

I’m highly sympathetic to that, especially with a document as important as the Bylaws.  I’ve had the same concern as well as I look through Ben’s redline.  After looking at it closer on the plane last night, I have some concerns about what appear to be some changes to cross-references that appear correct, but I’m not sure if they’re needed.

I will also note that I have previously pointed out that according to the Bylaws, redlines are REQUIRED, but cannot be trusted in any way, shape, or form, as our Bylaws clearly state they are ignored for the purposed of updating the requirements.  Yet everyone seems to want to review the redlines, not the ballot text.  As I’ve pointed out several times, creating an additional representation of the changes that is required but cannot be trusted doesn’t help anyone.

This is really, really silly, and I wish people were more vocal and active in finding a solution to it that works for everyone.  And no, I don’t want to discuss what tools or processes should be used to produce redlines.

Each ballot should have one and only one official representation of the proposed changes, and no alternative unofficial changes should be required.  I’ve circulated several proposals, but I really don’t care about the details, as long as the problem is solved.

In this case, I think I’m going to look and see if the Ballot Text from 216 applies cleanly to the latest Bylaws, and produce a redline based on that.


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Subject: Re: [Servercert-wg] Ballot FORUM-4 v2


I believe there had been a previous suggestion to provide this as a clearer redline, rather than an "Adopt Document X". Can you clarify that?

By presenting it as you have, it's going to create more work to even make sure that the formatting of the document - claiming to be a redline - actually matches to the last canonical version, and that the changes you've highlighted in red, are, well the changes to be made.

I hope you can understand why that's more difficult, because it requires wholesale comparison rather than taking the previous version and showing how it would be corrected.

On Wed, Sep 12, 2018 at 9:20 PM Tim Hollebeek via Servercert-wg <servercert-wg at cabforum.org<mailto:servercert-wg at cabforum.org>> wrote:
Ballot FORUM-4 v2: Fix mistakes made during passage of Governance Reform Ballot 206

Purpose of Ballot

The Governance Reform ballot (Ballot 206 under the old ballot numbering scheme) was extremely complicated and took roughly two years to draft.
The changes to the Bylaws from Ballot 216 were intended to be included in the Governance Reform ballot, but were accidentally not included.

The attached version of the Bylaws restores the important discussion period changes that were approved by the members but then accidentally overwritten.

The following motion has been proposed by Tim Hollebeek of DigiCert and endorsed by Wayne Thayer of Mozilla and Moudrick Dadashov of SSC.


This ballot replaces the “Bylaws of the CA/Browser Forum” version 1.9 with version 2.0 of those Bylaws, attached to this ballot.


The procedure for approval of this ballot is as follows:

Discussion (7 days)

Start Time: 2018-09-12, 9:30 pm Eastern Time

End Time: 2018-09-19, 9:30 pm Eastern Time

Vote for approval (7 days)

Start Time: 2018-09-19, 9:30 pm Eastern Time

End Time: 2018-09-26, 9:30 pm Eastern Time

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