[trill] trill WG closing at IETF 101

Alia Atlas <akatlas@gmail.com> Fri, 16 February 2018 00:32 UTC

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Subject: [trill] trill WG closing at IETF 101
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I would like to remind the TRILL working group that I will be closing it at
IETF 101.
We discussed this at IETF 99 and IETF 100.

I have told the WG that important work would need to move fast.  If you are
the author of
a WG draft, then it will require excellent response times to get your WG
draft done.
There are currently 8 drafts in WGLC.

Any that are not in IETF Last Call - including my AD review by next Tues
are highly unlikely to make the March 8 telechat, which is my final
telechat.

I can only read so fast - and if the draft wasn't top of stack for over six
months, then I have to question its criticality to be published.

You will start seeing AD reviews from me on drafts; please respond and deal
ASAP.

Regards,
Alia