Re: [MEXT] Paris meeting

Alexandru Petrescu <alexandru.petrescu@gmail.com> Tue, 17 January 2012 07:39 UTC

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Sorry - following up on my own email.

I have missed the earlier announcement of this being a WG, the DMM WG.

Just some side notes.

I have followed the DMM discussion and I was not persuaded the effort
were clear enough.  But the Charter seems to be inline with this lack of
clarity.  It looks to me as more of a place to develop new things
whatever they may be.

For example, it does not say whether Mobile IPv6 is a must or not.

The email list is still mext@ietf.org although the WG is called DMM.  I
personally prefer the email list to be called dmm@ietf.org as well.
When I invite somebody to join I say "join DMM WG by subscribing to MEXT
email list, even though the MEXT WG is dead, err... re-chartered".

There is a conscious action in joining a particular email list, but now
all MEXT subscribers have their consciousness forced into DMM... is this
right?

The 6MAN WG has a similar practice where the email list is called
"ipv6@ietf.org";.  I thought this practice not intuitive for outsiders, I
still think so.

Finally, there is some activities in MEXT which are
automatically declared dead by this MEXT-DMM re-Chartering.  One would
expect see an explanation about this disappearing.

Alex

Le 16/01/2012 17:03, Alexandru Petrescu a écrit :
> In communicating I need to understand whether I can say DMM WG? Is
> this really a WG?
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> Alex
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> Le 16/01/2012 15:16, jouni korhonen a écrit :
>> Folks,
>>
>> Just to let you know we have applied for 2.5h slot for the Paris
>> DMM WG meeting. So there should be enough time for a couple of
>> presentations and also have relevant discussions..
>>
>> - Jouni& Julien _______________________________________________
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