[Ips] Proposed Storm WG Charter

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The proposed WG charter for the Storm WG is attached.

The major changes from the charter discussed at the
storm BOF in San Francisco are:
- Deferred decision on whether to take iSCSI to Draft
	Standard RFC status; the WG gets to decide
	(i.e., it's not an up-front commitment to seed
	 Draft Standard RFC status).
- Added some text about maintaining good informal working
	relationships with T10 and T11; the formal IETF
	Liaison process is available as a last resort, but
	this is not the best way to get things done.
- There are a set of goals and milestones.

I have expressions of interest from draft authors for all
six of the work items listed on this draft charter.

If you have any concerns about this charter or want to
comment on it, please speak up ASAP, ... BUT ...

... the forum for discussion of this charter is the new
storm@ietf.org mailing list - if you're interested,
please join that list and make sure your comments go
there.  The list archives should be available on-line.

David L. Black, Distinguished Engineer
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