Re: [I2nsf] Yangdoctors last call review of draft-ietf-i2nsf-consumer-facing-interface-dm-05

Jan Lindblad <> Wed, 07 August 2019 14:44 UTC

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Paul, team,

> Your suggestion looks good to my SKKU team and me.

Ok, very good. Glad you liked it. 

I should point out that even if I'm a YANG doctor, this is so far just my own idea. Nobody in the NETMOD WG has given any kind of approval yet, and I believe that will ultimately be necessary. I think the friction should be much less when the module structure is like this, but it's still far from an ordinary, mainstream module.

> I agree with your suggestion that our Consumer-Facing Interface YANG data model leverages the existing NACM.
> Could you like me to take any further steps with your sketch?
> With your work, my team will be able to continue the revision of Consumer-Facing Interface YANG data model.

Ok. I think you mean that I should wait for the i2nsf to produce a new revision of the module, then review that module version. If this is not what you mean, please tell me again what you would like me to do.

Best Regards,