[tcpinc] Closing the working group -> Thanks everybody!

Mirja Kuehlewind <ietf@kuehlewind.net> Fri, 31 May 2019 12:46 UTC

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Subject: [tcpinc] Closing the working group -> Thanks everybody!
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Hallo everybody,

First of all congratsfor the publication of RFC8547 and RFC8548 and a big thanks to everybody involved!

With the publication of these two RFCs we concluded most of our charter (actually all of our initial milestones). The only left milestone on an extended API document was added to the charter later, in order to separate this part of the on-ongoing work form the protocol specification itself. However, as we don’t see further work on this milestone right now, I discussed with the chairs to close the work group in the next couple of days. At this point also a big thanks to the chairs, Kyle and David, for their sometimes challenging work! You did a great job!

As there has not been a lot of traffic on the mailing list, we will also close the mailing list. As tcpinc is part of the TCP protocol, any future questions on the protocol itself or maintenance can be brought to the TCP Maintenance and Minor Extensions (tcpm) mailing list: tcpm@ietf.org

Especially if you have any additional work for the IETF in the space of the tcpinc protocol, e.g. extensions, implementation and deployment reports, or e.g. API work, please engage with the tcpm working group or contact the tsv area directors for further guidance: tsv-ads@ietf.org

Again, a huge thanks, especially to the authors and chairs!

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