SIP & IPAE groups to merge and shuffle chairs

Christian.Huitema@sophia.inria.fr, Steve Deering <deering@parc.xerox.com>, Bob.Hinden@eng.sun.com, Dave Crocker <dcrocker@morder.stanford.edu> Fri, 04 June 1993 16:18 UTC

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From: Christian.Huitema@sophia.inria.fr, Steve Deering <deering@parc.xerox.com>, Bob.Hinden@eng.sun.com, Dave Crocker <dcrocker@morder.stanford.edu>
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Subject: SIP & IPAE groups to merge and shuffle chairs
Date: Fri, 4 Jun 1993 09:17:46 PDT
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With Christian Huitema's election as IAB chair and the extra workload that
that entails, he has decided to resign as co-chair of the SIP Working Group.
With the approval of the Internet Area ADs, Bob Hinden will be taking his
place as co-chair (with Steve Deering) of the SIP group.

This also seems an appropriate time to terminate the separate IPAE
Working Group, chaired by Dave Crocker, and have its work taken over by
the SIP group, since IPAE has evolved into being the SIP transition and
implementation group. This will require a modification of the SIP WG
charter, which will be submitted to the IESG for approval.

Christian, Steve, Bob, and Dave