[EME] First cut at eme requirements

"Paul Francis" <francis@cs.cornell.edu> Tue, 28 November 2006 15:30 UTC

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Gang,

Attached is a rough draft of a requirements document for EME.  This is meant
to be the union of the requirements that Handley and I presented at the BOF
in Montreal.  The goal here is to be ambitious but realistic, and to try to
limit ourselves to basic and important requirements.  This really is a rough
draft, and is meant to motivate and focus discussion.

Mark W, could you post on the wiki when you get a chance?

Thanks,

PF (and Saikat)
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