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> Look, the whole issue of openness is really a red
> herring. I can say that my process is completely open
> and anyone in the world can participate. But let's
> schedule my meetings every quarter and once in Tokyo
> and once in Berlin and once in Vienna and once in
> Vancouver and once in Washington. Effectively only
> the biggest players in the world can play. So, making
> it open, but making it infeasible to participate means
> it is, in effect, not open.
But it's more open than the only alternative which is to hold 90% of your
meetings in the same continent.