[lisp] Outstanding WG Calls

Luigi Iannone <ggx@gigix.net> Sun, 14 December 2014 14:06 UTC

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Hi All,

It is nice that the crypto document has raised some comments, however, as I mentioned in the first mail, the document is not final and the WG is expected to work on it, which may include the discussion about the header format.

Yet, we are not chartered to modify the LISP header. If you want that work to happen let’s make progress on what we have committed to finish.

Beside the crypto document there is a call for adoption for the impact document and a WG last call for the EID block management guidelines.

Both of those documents received little or no comments on the mailing list!!!

If you want to move forward and work on other things please help the WG make progress.

There is a week until the calls are over.

Silence is not consensus!