Re: [Syslog] Conclusion of the syslog WG - THANK YOU!

todd glassey <tglassey@earthlink.net> Wed, 27 October 2010 17:40 UTC

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On 10/27/2010 6:07 AM, Chris Lonvick wrote:
> Hi Folks,
>
> I totally missed Sean's message from yesterday (can't even find it in
> the deleted bin).
> http://www.ietf.org/mail-archive/web/syslog/current/msg02634.html
>
> With that, I'd like to thank everyone who has participated in this
> Working Group throughout the years. Your participation has helped create
> a set of documents that standardizes the transport and security of log
> messages. While we went through a few rough spots, overall, I think that
> the effort has paid off.
>
> All of the authors of the documents have been outstanding and I thank
> you for your effort and patience.
>
> I would also like to recognize the IESG members and especially our
> Advisors: Jeff Schiller, Marcus Leach, Steve Bellovin, Sam Hartman, Pasi
> Eronen, and Sean Turner.
>
> And a final thank you to David Harrington who picked up a lot of the
> effort as my co-chair for some of the more interesting years.
>
>
> The mailing list will remain active and we can use it to discuss
> implementations and related work.
>
> Thanks,
> Chris

Chris - how does this all figure into the legal issues created by the 
California court order in California v Khaled, since it is this 
information which will be used a evidence of criminal actions.

Seems to me that closing SYSLOG down not is not such a good idea but 
hey... it wouldn't be the first time the IETF did something out of whack.

Todd Glassey
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