[Atoca] Next version of draft-ietf-atoca-requirements

Hannes Tschofenig <hannes.tschofenig@gmx.net> Wed, 24 November 2010 08:43 UTC

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Hi all, 

when we put the slides together for the Beijing IETF meeting we noticed the story we created for the slide set was actually better than the one we have currently in the document (from a structural point of view). I got the impression that the ATOCA presentation was well received.

In particular, we have the following two steps that are important for this working group:

1.Explicit or implicit Subscription
   –Explicit subscription via <draft-rosen-sipping-cap-05.txt>  or via the corresponding XMPP mechanism
   –Implicit subscription by being located in a specific area.
2.Alert Delivery
   –Conveying alert via CAP message

The architectural figure focuses on item #2 and a clarification would be useful. 

We would call out these two steps explicitly (instead of the current wording on "Alert Push Communication" and "Alert Subscription Communication" wording). 

We would like to make these ***editorial changes*** with the next update (unless there are objections) to improve readability.

Ciao
Hannes
(on behalf other author's team)