Re: [sip-clf] IETF 76 Minutes posted

"Spencer Dawkins" <> Tue, 15 December 2009 19:56 UTC

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Just following up...

> Please let me know (quickly!) about any changes to 
> that Theo and I 
> need to make.

OK, Theo and I haven't seen any requests for changes to the minutes, so 
let's go from where we said we were after Hiroshima.

For the problem statement - we said we would look at the next version of 
draft-gurbani-sipclf-problem-statement for adoption. Vijay, do you have an 
ETA for this?

For the file format drafts - I know that Hadriel is working on a proposal on 
the IPFIX side. We also had proposals for a text format and an indexed-text 
format. My understanding from Hiroshima was that these proposals were likely 
to be combined - Vijay and Adam, can you confirm or deny?


Spencer, as co-chair