Re: [spring] WG Adoption Call for

Lizhenbin <> Tue, 03 November 2020 09:22 UTC

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Hi All,

I support the adoption of the draft.

Best Regards,

Zhenbin (Robin)

李振斌 Li Zhenbin
Mobile: +86-13651017745<tel:+86-13651017745>/+968-91797068

发件人:James Guichard <>
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时 间:2020-10-22 20:53:25
主 题:[spring] WG Adoption Call for

Dear WG:

This message starts a 3 week WG adoption call for, ending November 12th 2020. Please note that this document has several changes from v-02 that were requested by the SPRING and IPPM chairs. For this reason, the chairs have extended the adoption call for an additional week to allow the WG enough time to review these changes before deciding on WG adoption.

Some background:

Several review comments were received previously for document The SPRING and IPPM chairs considered those comments, and upon review of this version of the document, determined the following:

  *   The SPRING document should describe only the procedures relevant to SPRING with pointers to non-SPRING document/s that define any extensions. Several extensions including Control Code Field Extension for STAMP Messages, Loss Measurement Query Message Extensions, Loss Measurement Response Message Extensions, Node Address TLV Extensions, and Return Path TLV Extensions were included in and should be removed from the SPRING document.
  *   The STAMP extensions included in should be described in a new document published in the IPPM WG.

These conclusions were discussed with the authors of the result of which is the publication of the following two documents:

  * The subject of this WG adoption call.
  * This document will be progressed (if determined by the WG) within the IPPM WG.

After review of the SPRING document please indicate support (or not) for WG adoption to the mailing list. Please also provide comments/reasons for that support (or lack thereof) as silence will not be considered as consent.

Finally, the chairs would like to thank the authors for their efforts in this matter.


Jim, Bruno, & Joel