[Roll] how to document provisioning model properly

Michael Richardson <mcr@sandelman.ca> Fri, 25 May 2012 14:33 UTC

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I want to note that Ralph and Brian's request is not really specific to 

JP, how/where can we deal with this?

I know that Carstan was writing a 6lowpan/LLN/RPL/ND roadmap document
that explained how and where to use all these things together.  

However, while I hate to sound like a broken record, I think that these
things are in fact target application specific, and therefore need to be
addressed in the applicability statments.

My proposal is that we have to build a table of contents for the
applicability statements, and that we need to hold a WG LC on the
See my other email to the list:

I really do need some feedback here.

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