WG Action: Conclusion of Better-Than-Nothing Security (btns)
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The Better-Than-Nothing Security (btns) in the Security Area has concluded. The IESG contact person is Tim Polk. The mailing list will remain active. This working group is closed after successfully completing the most important items from the charter. The mailing list will be kept open for possible questions and discussions around BTNS. In particular, this mailing list is the preferred venue for discussion of any BTNS API documents. If drafted, the BTNS API documents will be submitted using the individual submission process. The ADs would like to thank everyone who has been involved in the BTNS specification work, the chairs, Sam Hartman who was the responsible AD when the BTNS working group was formed, and various reviewers who helped greatly improve the BTNS specifications.
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