[IPFIX] Considering the circumstances under which we wind down the ipfix working group.

joel jaeggli <joelja@bogus.com> Thu, 09 October 2014 00:35 UTC

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Benoit and i have been discussing the status of the IPFIX with respect
to our charter-items and milestones. We are approaching the point where
were should consider when to declare victory and wind down the working
ground activity, or look at alternative scenarios. As it stands it looks
we're in pretty code shape.

At this point, we have one outstanding working group document.


and two potentially ipfix related documents

with respect to the former I am confident that we can get adequate
review for the  document either through this mailing list or the opsawg
depending on the timeline  and willingness of the authors. I would have
no trouble sponsoring the document.

I would like to hear the thoughts of the chairs and other participants
about where we think this should go.