[core] netmod virtual interim meeting

Michael Richardson <mcr+ietf@sandelman.ca> Tue, 23 May 2023 18:25 UTC

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If you have been paying attention at all to the saga of RFC8366bis and the
YANG which is here and then there, and then in another place, you might want
to attend the NETMOD virtual interim meeting on June 5.

https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/interim-2023-netmod-01/session/netmod

Title: YANG Modelling in IETF WGs – Sharing Lessons Learned

Description: Expanding on the IETF116 presentation “Lessons from Working on BGP
YANG” from Jeffrey Haas and Mahesh Jethanandani. Input and experiences from
people and working groups doing YANG model development are welcome. A general
YANG community discussion to share some lessons and recommend some best
practices. A number of IETF models are interdependent across WGs and benefit
from some coordination/consultation. Consider further tools and approaches to
benefit the entire community.

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