RE: [68ATTENDEES] Returning to Prague (was: Re: Hilton Prague)

Pekka Savola <psavola@csc.fi> Tue, 27 March 2007 09:53 UTC

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From: Pekka Savola <psavola@csc.fi>
To: "Drage, Keith (Keith)" <drage@alcatel-lucent.com>
Subject: RE: [68ATTENDEES] Returning to Prague (was: Re: Hilton Prague)
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Hi,

On Tue, 27 Mar 2007, Drage, Keith (Keith) wrote:
> Someone needs to give Henrik more publicity.
...

I thought I would never continue these kinds of threads, but now that the 
topic has drifted away from IETF68, I'll relax:

IMHO, there are two issues (I wouldn't want to call them as such, as I'm 
extremely happy with the tools as such) with the tools.ietf.org services:

  1) They should (for most part) replace the current IETF official pages.
     For example, a non-IETF-goer asked (IMHO appropriately), "why aren't
     the "tools.ietf.org/wg/foo" the official page, instead of the less
     informative official IETF page?

     In other words, there has been a lot of very good tools activity, but
     some of that should really be taken a few steps ahead into
     'production' use.

  2) The tools site should have very easy changelog that describes all the
     changes made to services (or at least gives pointers to distinct,
     tool-specific changelogs).  Modifications and enhancements are made
     all the time, and you can't really exploit all of them unless you know
     what they are or stumble on them by accident.



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