Re: [Patient] the IETF participant choice

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From: "Eggert, Lars" <lars@netapp.com>
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Hi,

On 2018-3-19, at 20:01, Tony Rutkowski <tony@yaanatech.co.uk>; wrote:
> ETSI TC CYBER spent more than a year studying the "visibility" ecosystem, the requirements, venues, and technologies across a swath of industries worldwide - including what was occurring in academic research and published patents.  It published what is still the most comprehensive technical report on the subject.  And, it has moved ahead with four visibility technical specifications, a workshop, and a hackathon.  (Frankly, controls for levels of "observability" and "granularity" seem like better choices for capabilities being sought.
> 
> The proposed ETSI TC CYBER technical specifications address both network based and data center based requirements - both in-band and out-of- band - with techniques that are arguably best of breed and drawn from existing R&D.  To the extent there are omissions or failings, the ETSI processes are entirely open and the work will evolve and institute corrections.

if ETSI TC CYBER is seriously embarking on a path that modifies IETF-originated standards without the IETF's explicit prior agreement, they are setting themselves up for a very visible and politically embarrassing failure.

We had the same type of conflict with the ITU-T serval times in the past. ETSI TC CYBER might want to check how well that went for the ITU-T.

Lars