Re: [core] progressing ietf-core-yang-cbor and ietf-core-sid

Carsten Bormann <> Wed, 08 January 2020 11:01 UTC

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Hi Ivaylo,

The minutes indeed say:

* draft-ietf-core-yang-cbor-11, draft-ietf-core-yang-library-00,
  draft-ietf-core-comi-08, draft-ietf-core-sid-07: Now ready for WGLC,
  to be sent to CoRE as well as netconf/netmod (with the discussion to
  happen on CoRE).  (One comment on the numeric range of SIDs still to
  be taken care of.)

The parenthesis may have been a bit cryptic, but the intention was indeed to have I-D versions with all known issues (including the 63-bit one) addressed.  Is there a reason this will need more time?

Grüße, Carsten

> On 2020-01-08, at 11:23, Ivaylo Petrov <> wrote:
> Hello,
> I am working on a new version of the SID draft that would address the comments related to 63bit SIDs and looking to clarify how are .sid files passed to IANA. Those are the only comments that I have received and I believe they are not blocking the WGLC. What I heard during the last IETF was that this draft is WGLC material, and I was expecting the CoRE chairs to go ahead with this. If you believe there is some misunderstanding on my side and there are other issues that need to be resolved before the WGLC, please let me know.
> Best regards,
> Ivaylo
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> On Mon, Dec 30, 2019 at 11:08 AM Peter van der Stok <> wrote:
>> I have not seen any progress on:
>>   1)
>>   2)
>> At IETF105, it seemed that the documents were unstuck, and would progress
>> to WGLC soon.  Is there something holding this up other than author time?
>> I also want to express my concern about the VERY slow progress of these documents.
>> It is quite possible and understandable that the authors are occupied with too many other tasks.
>> An additional author may be the answer to unstick the progress.
>> Greetings,
>> Peter
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