Re: [apps-review] Review of: draft-ietf-v6ops-v6-aaaa-whitelisting-implications-03 *(formal for apps area)*

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Hi Dave,
At 10:18 09-05-2011, Dave CROCKER wrote:
>(This is an "official" and significantly extended version of an 
>informal and narrow review I posted earlier.  /d)

Thanks for doing the review.

I didn't notice any recommendation about whether the draft should be 
published or not.  Out of curiosity, what would you recommend?

FWIW, I did not take a position as the draft was already on the list 
of assignments.  One of the questions that I did not cover in my 
comments was the Applications Area perspective.  Due to lack of time, 
I am not expanding on this.  If the team thinks that it worth 
starting a discussion about IPv6 and applications, feel free to start 
a new thread.

Best regards,