Re: [lisp] New lisp WG Co-Chair

Joel Halpern <> Wed, 17 August 2022 22:05 UTC

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Thank you Dino.  It has been a pleasure working with you and the whole 
LISP team and working group.



On 8/17/2022 5:56 PM, Dino Farinacci wrote:
> I'd like to say a few words about Joel.
> Not only did he run this WG for quite a long time, he was also involved in the Routing Research Group (as was Luigi) and started a lot of the seed ideas for LISP. I have worked with Joel for many decades and his ability to spot architecture bugs and issues is unique and makes him one of a kind. His expertise will be missed but I gather he will still be involved technically.
> I want to say, on behalf of the original LISP authors, a huge thank you Joel for your huge contributions. I think the protocol and its deployments are better off because of your consultation and effort.
> Appreciative,
> Dino
>> On Aug 17, 2022, at 2:42 PM, Alvaro Retana <> wrote:
>> Dear lisp WG:
>> Joel has decided to step down as lisp Co-Chair.   For the last 12+
>> years, he has been instrumental in the focus of the WG, including
>> bringing the updated Standards Track specifications to publication
>> (which we expect anytime!).  Joel: thank you for all the time and
>> effort you have put into the WG; we all look forward to your continued
>> contributions to the IETF!
>> In consultation with Luigi and the other ADs, we have asked Padma
>> Pillay-Esnault to take on the role of lisp Co-Chair.  As you know,
>> Padma has served as the WG's Secretary since 2017.  In addition, she
>> has been an active IETF contributor for many years.  Welcome Padma!
>> This change is effective immediately.
>> Thanks!
>> Alvaro.
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