Re: [mpls] Should we split draft-bryant-mpls-synonymous-flow-labels into arch and application

Loa Andersson <loa@pi.nu> Sat, 19 September 2015 16:07 UTC

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Working Group,

I have not seen any responses to this mail from Stewart! Take a look
and see if you have an opinion.

/Loa

On 2015-08-17 17:50, Stewart Bryant wrote:
> At the last IETF the question arose as to what the correct
> document structure should be for the synonymous
> label work.
>
> The core draft is: draft-bryant-mpls-synonymous-flow-labels
> which is a mixture pure SFL work and RFC6374 applications
> work.
>
> My inclination is to split the draft in two to separate the
> SFL architecture from the RFC6374 application. However I
> would like to take the sense of the WG on this.
>
> I know that there needs to be more work on requirements
> and will do a word by word review of that text and make proposals
> and of course review comments on any of these texts are
> always welcome.
>
> - Stewart
>
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