[tsvwg] LOOPS discussion over at etosat@ietf.org

Carsten Bormann <cabo@tzi.org> Thu, 07 February 2019 19:11 UTC

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Subject: [tsvwg] LOOPS discussion over at etosat@ietf.org
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The discussion about LOOPS (Localized Optimization of Path Segments) now seems to be taking off on the etosat@ietf.org list.  If you care about sub-path transport-like support without poking into the end-to-end transport protocols, this might be an interesting (low-volume) mailing list to join, even if you don’t care that much about satellites.  And while we try to focus this effort, it is probably best not to smear the discussion over to the other lists too much.  You can subscribe here:


Grüße, Carsten

PS.: Yes, this might be thought of as hijacking that list a bit, but the objectives are not that far apart, and we got encouraged by an AD to do so…