[netlmm] Closing NETLMM WG?

Jari Arkko <jari.arkko@piuha.net> Wed, 08 September 2010 08:28 UTC

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From: Jari Arkko <jari.arkko@piuha.net>
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Subject: [netlmm] Closing NETLMM WG?
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All,

I am looking at the work that the group is doing, and two of its 
documents are hopefully soon approved as RFCs:

- mip-interactions (waiting on 2 ADs to clear their discusses)
- pmipv6-mib (going to MIB doctor review)

Seven other documents have already been published as RFCs, including the 
key base specifications. There is one more document that the group is 
working on, lma-discovery, but progress on that seems slow. I was 
wondering if it would be time to declare success and close the working 
group. The remaining document could either die if there's no interest, 
be AD sponsored to an RFC, or moved to NETEXT WG which is already 
working on similar topics.

Thoughts? Comments?

Jari (who is having a WG cleanup day)