Request for workers :-)

Stephane Bortzmeyer <> Sat, 06 January 2007 21:07 UTC

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Thanks to everybody who joined the list and Happy New Year for those
who are now in 2007 (yes, I know there are other calendars, although
there is no IANA registry for them).

Since one of the first aims of this list was to test wether or not
there was sufficient interest for the IETF to dedicate a BoF and may
be a working group to it, I would like to check if some people here are
ready to work on Comosgol. I do not ask if you're interested (I assume
that subscribing to the list is a proof of interest) but if you can
dedicate human resources on tasks like:

* working on the Internet-Draft,

* working on the current implementation, Shadok, or on another one
(having two different implementations would certainly be a good

* proofreading,

* writing state machines in Cosmogol (with an emphasis on state
machines used in RFC) to stress the language and feel its limits,

* studying in depth the "competitors" like SDL / Z100 to report about
wether or not they would be a better match for the IETF and why.

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