[netmod] Joel Jaeggli as a third NETMOD co-chair

Benoit Claise <bclaise@cisco.com> Fri, 15 December 2017 17:21 UTC

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From: Benoit Claise <bclaise@cisco.com>
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Subject: [netmod] Joel Jaeggli as a third NETMOD co-chair
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Dear all,

A lot is happening these days in the world of data modeling-driven 
management at the IETF:
     NMDA architecture, NETCONF, RESTCONF
     NMDA-compliant YANG modules: some RFC bis modules but also new ones
     Guidelines: RFC6087bis and the tree diagram
     The interaction with NETCONF: The schema mount, IETF-YANG-LIBRARY, 
telemetry
     The interaction with routing, where many YANG modules come from.
     etc.
There are a lot of dependencies between all these tasks, which must take 
place in parallel, and, obviously, be completed ASAP.

Kent and Lou have a lot on their shoulders these days.
To help with the situation and proactively progress documents, I'm happy 
to announce that Joel Jaeggli accepted to serve as a third NETMOD 
co-chair. Thank you Joel.

Please welcome Joel.

Regards, Benoit