Re: [Int-area] Review of draft-omar-ipv10-01

Khaled Omar <eng.khaled.omar@hotmail.com> Sun, 02 April 2017 13:24 UTC

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From: Khaled Omar <eng.khaled.omar@hotmail.com>
To: Christian Huitema <huitema@huitema.net>
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Subject: Re: [Int-area] Review of draft-omar-ipv10-01
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> I understand that is what you are saying, but you are failing to listen to what others are telling you. If we could magically upgrade software and hardware on all legacy IPv4 nodes, we would have converted all of them to IPv6 long ago.

If there is a better solution introduced, I would follow it with pleasure.

> I am concerned by the way this discussion is going. Specifically, I am concerned that you will end up embittered by the rejection of your proposal. I have seen that happen before. A young researcher presents what he believes is a brilliant idea, reviewers point out major flaws, and after the rejection the young researchers either marginalizes himself, or abandons the field of networking. I would much rather help you work on your next proposal!

Rejecting my proposal is not my decision, I'm waiting for the official decision and will accept it regardless what it is, then I will make my decision regarding sharing my ideas with the IETF or not.


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From: Christian Huitema [mailto:huitema@huitema.net] 
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On 4/1/2017 5:19 PM, Khaled Omar wrote:
> True, but you have to understand that there is no communication between IPv10 and IPv4 or IPv10 and IPv6, the communication is between IPv6 and IPv4, all should be IPv10 hosts.

I understand that is what you are saying, but you are failing to listen to what others are telling you. If we could magically upgrade software and hardware on all legacy IPv4 nodes, we would have converted all of them to IPv6 long ago.

I am concerned by the way this discussion is going. Specifically, I am concerned that you will end up embittered by the rejection of your proposal. I have seen that happen before. A young researcher presents what he believes is a brilliant idea, reviewers point out major flaws, and after the rejection the young researchers either marginalizes himself, or abandons the field of networking. I would much rather help you work on your next proposal!

-- Christian Huitema