[Roll] [draft-ietf-roll-nsa-extension] Section realignment - feedback request

Remous-Aris Koutsiamanis <aris@ariskou.com> Mon, 10 February 2020 14:56 UTC

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Subject: [Roll] [draft-ietf-roll-nsa-extension] Section realignment - feedback request
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Dear Ines, Dominique, Pascal, and all,

After discussing and amending the draft-ietf-roll-nsa-extension draft with
feedback from Rahul, a few points still remain which we would like some
additional feedback on.

I copy the relevant discussion below:

[RJ] Section realignment
It is better to explain CA Strict/Medium/Relax policies before explaining
the
CAOF because as a reader one needs to be familiar with these policies before
understanding the OF.


[AK] Thank you for this comment. We had a similar concern as well.
We are not sure what is best.
As the text is current structured, we introduce the CAOF first, mentioning
that different policies are possible and that a selection from the parent
set must be made.
We then describe the CAOF in terms of differences from/additions to MRHOF.
And finally we describe the policies.
To my mind, the policies are concrete, but they are also just examples, so
someone can devise different ones.
In that sense the CAOF is more "fixed" and the policies are more flexible.
Thus it makes sense to describe the CAOF first.

We are very open to changing the order, but we would like to have some
additional feedback that the order is problematic as it stands now.
We would like to hear any suggestions from the group on this topic.


[RJ] Ok, lets wait for feedback. I, for one, would like to see
policies explained first and then an OF using them. I find this the
only logical way.


[RJ] Rahul Jadhav
[AR] Aris Koutsiamanis


Thank you very much in advance.

Best,
Aris