Re: [Netslices] Initial Draft Agenda for COMS BoF

Jari Arkko <jari.arkko@piuha.net> Wed, 14 March 2018 19:50 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Netslices] Initial Draft Agenda for COMS BoF
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FWIW, my personal opinion is that there critical issue is demonstrating we
can actually connect the top-down and bottom-up in some way. Sometimes
it is useful just as a thought exercise to consider what would be the smallest
possible thing we could do and how that relates to existing pieces. E.g., "we
will extend a data model from WG X in this manner". Or "we make a new
construct that can be mapped to something in WG Y". Does someone have
an idea what the possible answer might be? Once we know an answer (or
some), we can then extend to bigger things and see how far we want to
go.

Jari