[radext] dynamic-discovery I-D - next steps

Stefan Winter <stefan.winter@restena.lu> Mon, 11 November 2013 10:11 UTC

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apologies for missing my talking slot.

The draft didn't warrant a big slot anyway, because there's not really
much to talk about at this stage. I only had two slides:

1) recently submitted draft addresses all issues from tracker and ML,
including those from the very extensive review by Jim Schaad.

I believe this makes the draft ready for advancement. I would like to
request another WGLC.

2) just a double-check if we're still happy with the category of the
draft: dynamic-discovery for RADIUS is very detailed, discusses many
corner cases and possible caveats, gives guidance on how exactly to do
S-NAPTR and it's in use in the public internet. And yet its EXP. Looking
at dime, the DNS discovery document and base RFC offer a lot less
detail, but made it to standards track. Just wondering - is EXP still a
target that "feels right"?


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