Re: [rfc-i] [core] abbreviation SID

tom petch <daedulus@btconnect.com> Fri, 17 April 2020 11:43 UTC

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----- Original Message -----
From: Andy Bierman andy@yumaworks.com
Sent: 17/04/2020 00:25:42

Hi,


I do not think three can be much expectation of uniqueness for an acronym like SID.
Also doubt its use in YANG could be confused with Segment Routing. But...
How about a full name "YANG SID" and OK to use a short name "SID" when the context is clear.

<tp>
Andy,
The RFC Editor recently expanded POP, in a routing context, to Post Office Protocol (which is one of the three options listed) so my view of the scope for confusion may be greater than yours!  SID is currently listed as having six possibilities, none of which is Schema ID, so I think this needs expanding to seven, sooner rather than later (

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On Thu, Apr 16, 2020 at 4:02 PM Michael Richardson <mcr+ietf@sandelman.ca> wrote:


tom petch <daedulus@btconnect.com> wrote:
    > SID already has many meanings of which Segment Routing Identifier is
    > probably the most widely used.

okay, but this is also a new meaning to our industry with SR.

    > SID is now going to mean Schema IDentifier in the context of YANG and
    > OAM in general as defined by draft-core-sid which will doubtless be on
    > its way to the RFC Editor before too long.

CORE/YANG/CBOR could change the abreviation used.
It's in WGLC now, or maybe it's just passed.

* SchemaID.
* SchemaKey, or SK or SCK
* CSID, CSI, CSiD
* YSID, YSI
* YangID, YID


tom petch <daedulus@btconnect.com> wrote:
    > I believe that an update is needed to the list of well known abbreviations,

    > SID already has many meanings of which Segment Routing Identifier is probably the most widely used.

    > SID is now going to mean Schema IDentifier in the context of YANG and OAM in general as defined by draft-core-sid which will doubtless be on its way to the RFC Editor before too long.

    > So I think that the different possibilities for SID need updating sooner rather than later.

    > Doubtless this will be a source of confusion for years to come but it might be possible to diminish that a little.

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