Re: [netconf] [netmod] 答复: pls clarify get operation

Kent Watsen <kent@watsen.net> Sat, 29 June 2019 12:03 UTC

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An unsolicited follow up to my earlier message. 

I didn’t mean to single out any particular company, rather then trying to encourage all companies to make the bold business decision to embrace NMDA.  The statement was only intended to be one of encouragement. 

Another clarification, the server I’m working on is natively NMDA.  I have a placeholder for an adaptation layer to support non-NMDA clients, but won’t implement it unless requested.  I realize that only supporting NMDA is not officially sanctioned yet but, being a greenfield project without legacy clients, I’m hoping it will be okay from a go-to-market perspective. 

Kent // contributor