Re: [middisc] closure of the middisc list

Wesley Eddy <wes@mti-systems.com> Fri, 01 February 2013 01:42 UTC

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On 1/21/2013 12:00 PM, Mani Ramasamy (mani) wrote:
> 
> All, 
>     Just posted the updated version of the draft. Please review.
> 


If folks are generally happy with this revision, I think the
path forward is that Pasi Sarolahti agreed to do a shepherd
review / writeup.  That was back at the Paris IETF, so he
might have changed his mind by then :).

If any of the authors or advocates will be in Orlando at the
next IETF meeting, it would be nice to give TCPM a 5 minute
recap of the current status, just so they know what happened
since it left the WG as a proposal there.  If nobody else
will be there (or nobody wants to do it!), I'd be happy to
briefly explain it's state.

Since it's unclear who will replace me as AD in March, it
might be a good idea to work kind of quick on this, so that
I can get it as far along with the IESG as possible before
March.  I suspect there will be trouble in the IESG on this,
as recent experience with the TCPM experimental options
draft suggests ...

-- 
Wes Eddy
MTI Systems