Re: [nwcrg] [LOOPS] BOF co-chairs thinking on LOOPS next steps

"Stuart William Card" <stu.card@critical.com> Tue, 30 July 2019 21:56 UTC

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From: "Stuart William Card" <stu.card@critical.com>
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Subject: Re: [nwcrg] [LOOPS] BOF co-chairs thinking on LOOPS next steps
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I realize LOOPS is about neither multicast nor transport, but for likely
useful background, I hope interested people will at least briefly renew
their acquaintance with, inter alia, RFCs 2357, 3048, 3453, 5740, 6584.

> ...
> There is a lot of accumulated research, development and implementations
> out there :) But ok you are talking to the right people!
> ... Marie-Jos Montpetit...

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Stuart W. Card, VP & Chief Scientist
Critical Technologies Inc. (CTI)
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