Re: [Casm] Fwd: CASM BoF Preparation

joel jaeggli <joelja@bogus.com> Thu, 02 March 2017 16:28 UTC

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On 3/2/17 4:44 AM, Marc Blanchet wrote:
> I suggest we use Benoit email as the primary agenda of our call, and
> more specifically:
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>   * Which interfaces does CASM plan on standardizing?
>   * What are the envisioned key deliverables?
>   * See Warren's email on "where is the border"?

Yup those are good.

IMHO as an operator with a ipam system, the system itself already exists
and has survived sever iterations of interface this would be another
one, if it faciltates easier interoperability in the future that's great.

joel


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