[Raw] Barry Leiba's No Record on charter-ietf-raw-00-00: (with COMMENT)

Barry Leiba via Datatracker <noreply@ietf.org> Sat, 18 January 2020 11:44 UTC

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Barry Leiba has entered the following ballot position for
charter-ietf-raw-00-00: No Record

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Before I record a specific position, I’d like to understand more here:

1.  As it’s written, except for the stated connections to DETNET and MANET this
sounds more like an INT area working group than one in RTG. Can it be clearer
as to why it’s about routing?

2. Given how tightly connected it is to DETNET, why does it make sense to
separate it out in its own working group?  Won’t it simply be the same people,
just dividing their time between the two?  How does the separation help get the
collective work between the two groups done?