[GSMP] RE: GSMP WG Status

Wataru Imajuku <imajuku.wataru@lab.ntt.co.jp> Fri, 12 December 2003 00:01 UTC

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From: Wataru Imajuku <imajuku.wataru@lab.ntt.co.jp>
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Hi, All

  I also strongly disagree with closing this WG.

  I think current  GSMP specifications lacks management feature of
switching hardwares, especially, if you think adaptation of GSMP to
  legacy-switches such as SDH-XC.

  Still, we have lot of work to do.

W. Imajuku@NTT

>>GSMP WG members,
>>
>>I think this WG should be closed:
>
>As you and state below, I strongly disagree.
>
>>
>>- The below message was posted to this WG list Nov 9th.
>>- We are now 1 month further, I have seen virtually NO reaction to it
>>- Alex and I have spoken with WG chairs at IETF with the implied
>>   message that I am ready to shut down the WG.
>>- Your WG chairs defended VERY SERIOUS why the WG should continue
>>   and that WG pariticipation would IMPROVE imminently (such was
>>   promised back in the Vienna IETF also).
>
>And there was improvement after Vienna, just not as much as you wanted.
>There has been traffic on the list, and just becasue it was about GRMP is 
>no reason to discount the conversation.
>
>>- But I do not see any of that happening.
>>- I do see that Avri delivered on the revision of the base spec
>>   (albeit with a note that yet more changes are needed)
>
>The guarantee was that the next rev would go out with the layer changes 
>included.  not that the document would be finished in November.
>
>>- It cause two comments, but basically resulted in discussion of
>>   GRMP.
>>- Other authors have not lived up to any promises
>
>The other document which is promised in promised for December,.  It is 
>early to say that promise has not been lived up to.
>
>>- I see no volunteering for the docs that have no editor/author.
>
>There have been volunteers and the co-chairs are in the process of 
>working out specifics.
>
>>
>>I will be speaking with rest of IESG to close the WG.
>>I cannot support the claim that this WG is actually a Working Group.
>
>I think you are acting prematurely and I do not support your your claim 
>that it is not a working group.  there are small groups and there are big 
>groups.  there are quiet groups and there are noisy groups.  the work is 
>progressing.
>
>I am at least one voice in the working group who thinks that closing the 
>group is wrong.  I hope there are other.
>
>And I hope that they speak up.
>
>Best Regards,
>
>a.
>
>
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