Re: [homenet] Routing Design Team outcome and next steps

Juliusz Chroboczek <jch@pps.univ-paris-diderot.fr> Wed, 28 October 2015 11:21 UTC

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Subject: Re: [homenet] Routing Design Team outcome and next steps
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> Notwithstanding the valiant efforts of the Design Team, the Chairs
> believe that there is WG consensus that a single “mandatory to
> implement” routing protocol must be chosen. We also believe that further
> delaying the direction here has long passed the point of diminishing
> returns.
> 
> Based on the feedback received in Prague and on the WG mailing list
> thereafter, we are therefore declaring rough consensus that Babel[*]
> shall be the “mandatory to implement” routing protocol for Homenet
> routers, albeit only on an Experimental basis at this time.

Thanks to both of you for taking this upon yourselves.

> we solicit Experimental Internet Drafts to document Homenet-specific
> profiles of any applicable routing solution and to report results of any
> relevant experimentation and implementation.

Plenty of work.  (Rubs hands with glee.)

-- Juliusz