Re: [ldapext] LDAP work at IETF...

Michael Ströder <michael@stroeder.com> Wed, 02 September 2015 21:33 UTC

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Subject: Re: [ldapext] LDAP work at IETF...
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Barry,

thanks for following up on this.

Barry Leiba wrote:
> Back in January, Ludovic suggested starting up a new working group:
> 
>> Over the years, there has been a number of documents related to the
>> Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) that have been left
>> unfinished or are slowly progressing.
>>
>> There are a number of individuals that have interest in re-forming an
>> IETF Working Group around LDAP to finish some of the work and make
>> them on the Standard Track. Howard Chu and I are ready to lead that
>> effort.
>>
>> I’d like to poll the audience of this mailing list on the interest of
>> seeing this progressing. I would also like to hear about volunteers to
>> work on those documents, either contributing text or reviewing them
>> carefully.
> 
> I saw a bunch of responses from people interested in working on this,
> including Michael Ströder, Gavin Henry, Clément Oudot, Andrew Findlay, and
> Mark Bannister.  That's a very good sign.

Even more nice AFAICS most of the people mentioned above will meet in person
at LDAPcon 2015 in November anyway.

We probably should have a charter ready for LDAPcon to be able to discuss some
details of the various work items.

Ciao, Michael.