Re: [dtn-interest] DTNRG energy levels?

Stephen Farrell <stephen.farrell@cs.tcd.ie> Fri, 18 March 2016 16:38 UTC

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Subject: Re: [dtn-interest] DTNRG energy levels?
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On 18/03/16 16:35, Joerg Ott wrote:
> 
> As we discussed among the chairs and Lars, we should not hang in a limbo
> state but rather be (1) or not be (0).  At present, my sense is more on
> the 0 side; we also see on the research side that the activity level in
> this field has gone down.
> 
> I believe that the concepts (and notions of protocol robustness)
> discussed in the field (irrespective of the bundle protocol) remain
> valid and useful also the Internet at large.  So, we have done our
> share and we spawned a working group.  Time to take a break, declare
> success, and go home.  As Will put it, perhaps something to return
> to in the future.  We'll see.

I agree with Joerg.

Cheers,
S.