Re: [Ieprep] Preferential Services

ken carlberg <carlberg@g11.org.uk> Tue, 01 August 2006 16:51 UTC

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From: ken carlberg <carlberg@g11.org.uk>
Subject: Re: [Ieprep] Preferential Services
Date: Tue, 1 Aug 2006 12:51:14 -0400
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> You know, I think one thing that trips this group up is in the  
> title. The issue this Working Group is thinking about is not so  
> much "Emergency use of the Internet", which is often about  
> deploying a new network when the usual one has been smashed by a  
> hurricane or an airplane crash, but "Precedence-related Services in  
> the Internet".
>
> Would it make sense, in this recharter, to call it "Preferential  
> Services" or some such thing?


I would agree with Fred.  whether we use the term Preferential or  
Prioritized (my personal favorite :), I believe we gain something by  
focusing on the core of what one wants to accomplish.

Emergency/disaster can then used to provide further context on what  
some interested parties wish to address given an ability to provide  
or use preferential/prioritized service.

my 2 cents,

-ken


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