Re: [6lo-fragmentation-dt] mailing list, organization, proposal

"Pascal Thubert (pthubert)" <> Thu, 25 January 2018 14:32 UTC

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I’m good with the plan Thomas;

If people are good to use my draft as starting point for the second document I’m happy to serve as editor, and welcome co authors.



Le 25 janv. 2018 à 14:14, Rahul Jadhav <<>> a écrit :

Yes i m ok with the plan.
Can someone please tell me where can I get information about Carstens virtual reassembly buffer implementation? I remember you guys discussing about it during our meet last time but i didn't had a clue!


On 25-Jan-2018, at 4:53 PM, Thomas Watteyne <<>> wrote:



Welcome to the 6lo Fragmentation DT. This is a private ML. Here are the people currently subscribed:

  *   Carsten
  *   Rahul
  *   Pascal
  *   Thomas
  *   Gabriel


I'd like to keep this activity as swift as possible, ideally close the DT after London.
I don't want to grow this DT, I don't want to pull in all kinds of people. Let's stay agile.


Our first goal as a DT is to agree on a plan of action, and report back to Gabriel.
I propose that this DT generates 2 documents:

  *   a first informational document
     *   summarize fragmentation as standardized now
     *   describes Carsten's virtual reassembly buffer implementation
     *   discusses its limits
  *   a second standards-track document builds upon the first one and adds fragment recovery, as detailed in draft-thubert-6lo-forwarding-fragments. This document can either be a replacement of draft-thubert-6lo-forwarding-fragments, or a rework of it

Please voice your opinion in the next 24h about this plan. The next steps are to assign editors to each document.



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