[spring] Conclusion from WG poll on dataplane solution for compressing segment routing over IPv6

"Joel M. Halpern" <jmh@joelhalpern.com> Mon, 06 September 2021 17:26 UTC

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Subject: [spring] Conclusion from WG poll on dataplane solution for compressing segment routing over IPv6
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Our thanks to the working group members for speaking up clearly.  There 
is a rough (quite clear) consensus for standardizing one dataplane 
solution to compressing segment routing over IPv6.

As chairs, there are some related observations we need to make.
There appears to be significant interest in using the framework in the 
CSID draft for addressing the above.

However, before we issue a call for adoption on that, the chairs would 
like to understand how the working group wants to solve a technical 
problem.  The CSID draft contains two dataplane solutions.  The above 
rough consensus is for one dataplane solution.  Does the working group 
want to choose one?  Do the authors want to suggest that one of the two 
is the one we should standardize, and get working group agreement?
Should we adopt the document, with a note indicating the problem, and 
solve the problem afterwards?  (That itself does not solve the problem, 
it merely kicks it down the road.) Do folks see another means to avoid 
putting the WG in conflict with itself?

As a loosely related side node, the chairs will also observe that we do 
not see an obstacle to informational or experimental publication of 
other solutions, as long as there is sufficient energy in the working 
group to deal with those.  Also, only documents for which there is at 
least one implementation will be progressed this way.

Thank you,
Bruno, Jim, and Joel