[spring] Summay of the SRCOMP design team

Weiqiang Cheng <chengweiqiang@chinamobile.com> Sat, 17 July 2021 02:07 UTC

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Subject: [spring] Summay of the SRCOMP design team
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Dear all,

After a year of hard working, the SRCOMP design team almost completed the
expected tasks, and here we would like to make a brief summary.


The goal of the design team

The design team's goal is to produce (rough) consensus (of the DT) outputs
to the WG on two related topics [1]:

1) What are the requirements for solutions to compressed segment routing
information for use over IPv6;

2) An analysis of proposed approaches to compressing         segment routing
information for use over IPv6.


What we have achieved:

The DT members have exchanged over 1000 emails in the mailing list since the
first email sent in SRCOMP mailing list at July 17th, 2020 [2]. After nearly
100 meetings (once or twice meeting per week at the past year), the DT
members finally generated the required two documents as planned. The first
revision of draft-srcompdt-spring-compression-requirement[3] was submitted
at Oct 30th,  2020, and the first revision of
draft-srcompdt-spring-compression-analysis [4] was submitted at Feb 19th,


After several updates, the complete and stable revision of the
requirements[3] and analysis drafts[4] had been updated at July 8th , 2021. 


We believe the content of these two drafts can be a good input to the SPRING
WG. Many thanks for the patience from anybody. 



We would like to thank all the members of the design team:

Ron Bonica(Juniper), Weiqiang Cheng(China Mobile), Darren Dukes(Cisco), Wim
Henderickx(Nokia),Cheng Li(Huawei), Shaofu Peng(ZTE),Sander Steffann(SJM
Steffann), and Chongfeng Xie(China Telecom) (in alphabetical order) 


Next Step:

Looking forward to the comments for the requirements draft[3] and analysis




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Best regards,

Weiqiang Cheng on behalf of SRCOMP design team