Re: [sipcore] Difference between Sipcore and Sip

"DRAGE, Keith (Keith)" <keith.drage@alcatel-lucent.com> Sun, 07 November 2010 06:39 UTC

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The SIP working group is formally closed.

There are still a few SIP WG drafts going through IESG but no new work is being conducted.

The mailing list remains open, but it is primarily open to cover any discussions on those working group drafts with IESG.

Do note that the scope of SIPCORE is different from what SIP used to be. So in proposing any work, please look at the charters of SIPCORE and DISPATCH to decide which is the most suitable.

regards

Keith


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	Is Sip WG is still underwork ? Or is there any difference about the work in Sip WG and SipCore WG?