Re: [nfsv4] draft blackout periods and virtual interims.

Faibish.Sorin@dell.com Mon, 06 July 2020 22:27 UTC

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On Jul 6, 2020, at 7:15 AM, David Noveck <davenoveck@gmail.com<mailto:davenoveck@gmail.com>> wrote:


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Since I have not heard back from Magnus about this and, since time is getting short I have done my best to research this issue on the net.  I have found no bar to this even for face-to-face interim meetings while the rules for virtual meetings are generally way more liberal.

Sorin, please submit your document when you are ready and we'll discuss it if we are able to do so.

Working on this. Will send when done.

On Fri, Jun 26, 2020, 9:36 AM David Noveck <davenoveck@gmail.com<mailto:davenoveck@gmail.com>> wrote:
[sf] We made some progress and Christophe did a first review and started a git where we checked the document and started the review. I am still waiting for a last review of David Black. I might post the draft as it is now (needs more cleanup) so the WG can start a review.

> I'd like that, but I think I have to check with Magnus to make sure there is no rule preventing us from discussing a very recently submitted draft, as there would be in the case in which we were meeting the
> week of IETF 108. Sigh.

I need to check to make sure we are safe, from a rules-compliance point of view, in asking Sorin to post his latest drafts, so that we could discuss it on 7/9.  If we can't do this, progress in this area is foing to be impeded.   I feel that, since our goal here is to communicate, we might as well just do that as soon as possible, but I realize the IETF might not agree.
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