[shim6] WG Action: Conclusion of Site Multihoming by IPv6 Intermediation (shim6)
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The Site Multihoming by IPv6 Intermediation (shim6) working group in the Internet Area has concluded. The IESG contact persons are Jari Arkko and Ralph Droms. The mailing list will remain active. The SHIM6 working group has published its core set of specifications some years ago, and recently published an API specification as an RFC. The working group is therefore concluded, and the ADs would like to thank all the contributors for their hard work over the years. It is now time to close the working group and see when or if there will be deployment of these specifications that would warrant further IETF work. At least one additional document, the applicability statement, has been discussed by the group, but there has not been enough activity to complete it. It would have been a useful contribution. If the authors are interested in completing it, the ADs would be happy to sponsor them through the process as individual submissions.
- [shim6] WG Action: Conclusion of Site Multihoming… IESG Secretary