Re: Web posting policy

ams (Allan M Schiffman)
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 93 10:42:22 PST
From: ams (Allan M Schiffman)
Message-id: <9312141842.AA19459@eit.COM>
To: kevinh
Subject: Re:  Web posting policy
Cc: eit-www
You're right that where timeliness is important, meeting the "prior approval"
standard makes things difficult.

But the attitude that should be adopted, I think, is that the default is
NOT to publish.  Corporate calendars and employee databases are a case
in point. IMHO, neither (in the general sense) should be exposed to public

In practice, it might be enough to get prior approval for a general class
of information.  For example, we might adopt the principal that project
reports are immediately publishable, or that MADE project reports, in
particular are.