Re: [GSMP] RE: GSMP WG Status

Kenneth Sundell <ksundell@nortelnetworks.com> Fri, 12 December 2003 12:01 UTC

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Bert,

Wijnen, Bert (Bert) wrote:

>>
>Why would "closing the WG" be similar to "cutting the phone line"??
>The mailing list can/will continue to exist.  So you can keep
>talking/emailing (as little as has been done till now, or as much 
>as you all think/promise you are going to be doing).
>
The recent message from Marcus Brunner is one of the possible answers to 
that question:

Marcus Brunner wrote:
 >Bert,

 >We promised to take a look at the MIBs and actually started already 
but will now immediately stop the effort to get that problem solved.

 >Marcus

Regards,
Ken

>
>
>And once the (small) set of people on this list comes to closure 
>on their documents, they can still submit them as (individual) 
>contributions via RFC-Editor. We will consider them.
>
>Bert
>
>> Regards,
>>Weiming
>>
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Kenneth Sundell
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CTO/ATI Strategic Protocols
Nortel Networks (Sweden)
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