[OSPF] IETF 93 OSPF Working Group Agenda

"Acee Lindem (acee)" <acee@cisco.com> Sat, 13 June 2015 16:31 UTC

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The IETF has received a record number of requests for WG slots for Prague.
It only makes sense - more WGs + YANG models = More IETF slots…

Consequently, all of the WGs have been asked to consider using a shorter
time slot (I’ve requested 2 hours). Please let me know if you intend to
present - I already know of at least 5 drafts that will be presented and
most likely a YANG model update. Consequently, I don’t anticipate revising
my request.