Re: [netmod] YANG next

Qin Wu <> Wed, 24 July 2019 02:40 UTC

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Thanks Adrian for clarification. The goal of YANG side meeting is not to discuss YANG-Next but fill the gap with operator community.
Thanks Dan and Adrian to take minutes. I have uploaded to IETF YANG Side meeting wiki page. 
To folks who participant in the meeting, thanks for your participation and input. If there is any correction needed, please
let us know.
Room: Notre Dame - Tuesday ¶
Occupancy: up to 50 attendees 
Configuration: classroom 
Location: ​Notre Dame 

Meeting NameArea ContactMeeting Description More information 
08:30 Next Step of IETF YANG OPS Area bill.wu@… Discuss the gap between IETF YANG and Industry needs The presentation slides and minutes: ​ 
The relevant draft is ​ 

发件人: netmod [] 代表 Adrian Farrel []
发送时间: 2019年7月24日 2:14
收件人: 'Ladislav Lhotka'; 'Andy Bierman'
主题: Re: [netmod] YANG next

>> I hope a summary of the meeting is posted to the WG mailing list.
> I think so, minutes were taken.

I scribbled.
So did Dan King.
We sent our scribbles to Geng Liang and Qin Wu.
They will process.

It was a side meeting.
As Lou says, it was not part of any existing WG. Nor was it a BoF.

How and where and if the minutes are published is not a question for me to


PS I don't think this was a debate about creating a new version of the YANG
language, and I don't think extensions or modifications to the YANG language
were high on the list of "fixes" to the questions raised in the meeting.
That doesn't mean that debate shouldn't/cannot happen, just that it is not
(highly) relevant to the discussion at hand.

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