Re: [Taps] document progress update?

Brian Trammell <ietf@trammell.ch> Thu, 03 September 2015 19:12 UTC

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hi Aaron,

the status is pretty much "August is over and people are finally back from vacation, and are dusting off their inboxes."

On specific points:


> On 03 Sep 2015, at 21:09, Aaron Falk <aaron.falk@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> TAPS Editors-
> 
> Can you provide an update on the draft revisions discussed in Prague?  We discussed a webex interim meeting to get review and hopefully some consensus.
> 
> From the minutes I have the following changes (this may not be complete):
> 	• Karen & Michael will add some text on SCTP

- will twist arms tomorrow or Tuesday.

> 	• Varun will add some text on RTP

- ditto.

> 	• Brian will revert the TCP text to remove component/feature ("keep 3.1.1, 3.1.2, strike 3.1.3, replace 4 with a list of features we'd like to have...? [Brian knows what to do :-)]."

- just needs to be done, on the list for next week.

> 	• Vincent Roca will write something about FLUTE based on NORM

- took a quick look at this, it looks good. Vincent also sent a suggestion that we mention FECFRAME here, though no integration-ready text.

> 	• Gorry will write something on applications learning about network conditions (ICMP)
> 	• Mirja will write something about scavenger congestion control

- will leave these to Gorry and Mirja to answer.

Cheers,

Brian