Re: [smartpowerdir] Summary of Smart Power matters July 2010

Zach Shelby <zach@sensinode.com> Sun, 25 July 2010 09:44 UTC

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Hi Fred,

On Jul 25, 2010, at 5:54 AM, Fred Baker wrote:

> At this point, the folks working on the "Home Area Network" or HAN (which is to say people from the Zigbee Alliance) have identified several usability issues, which they are bringing back to the IETF through the usual ad hoc channels. They tell me that these revolve around:

On much of that mail I agree with you! I have a different impression on some of the ZigBee IP issues though (be careful as there are tons of politics over there). Would be a good idea for us to discuss the CoRE related issues as well sometime before the SmartPower Directorate meeting? 

Zach

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