Re: Working with IEEE 802

Barry Leiba <barryleiba@computer.org> Wed, 21 September 2016 07:22 UTC

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Subject: Re: Working with IEEE 802
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> On 9/19/16 7:48 PM, Abdussalam Baryun wrote:
>> This coordination issue with other organisations related to standards
>> is very important and affects pretty much our work, I suggest that the
>> General Area opens a WG for this important coordination, many
>> information are needed to be documented and focused on. IMHO, getting
>> information about contacts will help each IETF WG separately, but what
>> about the decisions for the whole IETF coordination with other SDOs
>> especially when we get more deep in future. Having contacts between
>> managers in SDOs is good start but usually in IETF our managers
>> decisions reform after looking into the IETF WG ideas and decisions.
>> Therefore, my suggestion is opening a discussion of why not future
>> coordination through WG? or is it right time? or do we need a new
>> work-process?
>>
>> I don't know the answers, does any one know?
>
> you should take a look at rfc 4052

And for IEEE in particular, at RFC 7241.

Barry