Re: [Paw] Renaming

Lou Berger <> Thu, 04 April 2019 15:02 UTC

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Hi Pascal,

     I think it's good to ensure the name is well aligned with the 
objectives of the group/activity.  I left the BoF a little confused, is 
the scope of this work:

(a) DetNet over any wireless technology using a layered (sub-)networking 
     (i.e., each wireless network technology brings it's own
      management/provisioning/control plane)

(b) DetNet over any wireless technology using an integrated 
(sub-)networking model
     (i.e., the objective is a single integrated 
management/provisioning/control plane
      for DetNet and different wireless network technologies)

(c) A control(ler) plane for 6tisch

(d) something else

If (a) or (b), I see no reason to not use DetNet in the name so I like 
DoW (Detnet over Wireless) or DfW (DetNet for Wireless)

if (c) I'd include 6tisch in the name, maybe 6TC (6tisch Control)


On 4/4/2019 3:39 AM, Pascal Thubert (pthubert) wrote:
> Dear all:
> Before we finalize our renaming, another alternate came up, RAW, for 
> reliable available wireless.
> It’s closer to PAW so it would be less of a surprise. I do not have a 
> strong opinion. Since we already advertised SPAWN maybe it’s better t 
> stick to it.
> Opinions?
> Pascal