Re: [Netslices] COMS: What next?

"Adrian Farrel" <adrian@olddog.co.uk> Sun, 06 May 2018 22:32 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Netslices] COMS: What next?
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Hi Sasha,

> My colleagues and I wonder what (if any) are the expected next
> steps of the COMS BOF.
> The status of this BOF at IETF-101 was Non-WG-forming. 

Right. The objectives were to get more focus and find answers to the questions
that the ADs had posed.

> My personal impression from reading the drafts and looking
> at the presentation at the session is that there is 

Oooh, you do know how to tantalise your audience, don't you?

Or possibly this is a competition and you will be awarding prizes for the best
completion of you sentence. ;-)

> Are there any plans to hold yet another session at IETF-102 in Montreal?
> To progress this BOF to a WG? Or simply to pass this subject to some other
> SDO?

You're asking the question on the right mailing list. But I have heard no plans
and have not seen anything recent in the IETF that seems like progress.

Maybe others will have something to say.

Cheers,
Adrian
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