Re: [storm] Anaheim meeting & WG activity

"David Harrington" <ietfdbh@comcast.net> Thu, 04 February 2010 17:33 UTC

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Hi,

are you requesting webex support for the meeting?

David Harrington
dbharrington@comcast.net
ietfdbh@comcast.net
dharrington@huawei.com
 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: storm-bounces@ietf.org [mailto:storm-bounces@ietf.org] 
> On Behalf Of Black_David@emc.com
> Sent: Wednesday, February 03, 2010 10:46 PM
> To: storm@ietf.org
> Subject: [storm] Anaheim meeting & WG activity
> Importance: High
> 
> First, I apologize for the delay in getting this note out.  I 
> had every intent of getting storm WG activity going 
> immediately after the winter holidays, and then January 
> started with a bang at my day job and never let up.  For some 
> reason, the people who pay my salary expect me to do useful 
> work for them ...
> 
> Announcement: The storm WG will meet during the IETF meeting 
> week, March 21-26 in Anaheim, CA.  I've asked for a 1.5 hour 
> meeting slot; we'll see what we get.  So, what are we going 
> to work on there?  Glad you asked ...
> 
> The storm WG charter anticipates seven drafts:
> 	- 5 protocol drafts: iSCSI consolidation, iSCSI update 
> (SAM features),
> 		combined iFCP/FCIP update, RDDP MPA update, and 
> iSER update, plus
> 	- 2 MIB updates, to the iFCP and iSCSI MIBs.
> Five of these drafts have been submitted - your WG chairs 
> (Tom Talpey and I) are gently encouraging the authors of the 
> RDDP MPA update to submit the -00 version of that draft, and 
> we're holding off on the iSCSI MIB update draft until we have 
> a better idea of what will happen with the two iSCSI drafts 
> (the iSCSI MIB update depends not only on features added by 
> the iSCSI update draft, but also on features [if any] that 
> the WG decides to remove from the iSCSI consolidation draft).
> 
> Here's the plan for the five drafts we have now:
> - As his first official action as a WG chair, Tom (storm 
> co-chair) will start the WG last call on the iFCP/FCIP update 
> draft and the updated iFCP MIB shortly.  Tom will run this 
> last call because I'm the primary author/editor of that draft.
> - The iSCSI-related drafts will be discussed in this 
> sequence: iSCSI update (SAM features), iSER, iSCSI 
> consolidation.  Please review and comment (to the list) on 
> the iSCSI update draft now:
> 	http://www.ietf.org/id/draft-ietf-storm-iscsi-sam-00.txt
> Discussion of the iSER draft will follow, and for the iSCSI 
> consolidation draft, please bring suggestions for what to 
> take out (because it's never been implemented) to the Anaheim 
> meeting, or post it to the list during the meeting week.
> 
> That brings me to an important Reminder: Travel is NOT 
> REQUIRED to participate in the storm WG.  The intent is to 
> operate primarily via this mailing list, and anything that 
> happens in the Anaheim meeting will be posted to the list for 
> further comment and discussion before  any final decision or action.
> 
> Thanks for your patience,
> --David (storm WG co-chair)
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