Re: [MORG] Expiration impending: draft-ietf-morg-inthread

Alexey Melnikov <> Thu, 06 January 2011 20:05 UTC

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Barry Leiba wrote:

>>I want to update. But I want to update WITH RUNNING CODE, and I still don't
>>have an updated implementation.
>That's fine, but as I said in my off-list notes to you, we're putting
>this on a timer.  When the other documents are ready and the working
>group is otherwise done, we will close the working group without this
>one, unless it's made some useful progress before that.
Indeed. In fact, I might be closing the WG before approved MORG drafts 
are published. At least I intend to close it before my Apps AD term ends 
in 2 months time.

>Also, this will likely go to Experimental (rather than Standards
>Track), owing to lack of real consensus on it.  That's fine, and if
>you can get the time to move it forward I'm happy with that.  So don't
>let this put you off.  But we do need to move it ahead within
>someone's lifetime.