Re: [netmod] WGLC: draft-ietf-netmod-geo-location-04

Kent Watsen <> Fri, 27 March 2020 18:32 UTC

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>> Security Considerations does not use template (which other grouping modules such as Kent's do)
> I've pinged Kent for a pointer.

The template Tom is referring to is from

That said, I have always felt that this template is a starting point that needs to be customized per YANG module (ideally, a separate template instance for each module in the draft).  For instance, if a module defines no "notification” or “rpc" statements, it is better for it to just say that instead of strictly following the template and producing an empty list.

For instance:

	<note: a separate template instance per YANG module in draft> (only defines an rc:yang-data structure) (only defines a couple “rpc” statements)

	<the following are unpublished, so may not be perfect> (only defines “grouping”) (only defines “grouping”)

Kent // contributor