[tsvwg] Consensus call on ECT(1)

Wesley Eddy <wes@mti-systems.com> Mon, 04 May 2020 18:15 UTC

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Subject: [tsvwg] Consensus call on ECT(1)
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*In this email thread, please state, concisely, which of the following 
viewpoints on ECT(1) you prefer. Please have extended discussion in a 
different thread. If you are uncomfortable sharing your opinion on the 
list, you may email the tsvwg chairs directly (tsvwg-chairs@ietf.org). *

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If you did not attend the 27 April interim, please watch the meeting 
video [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dw3YKyeFxQU] for context on this 
question.


 1.

    I support using ECT(1) as an input signal to the network. This is
    the approach consistent with the current L4S drafts. This position
    does not mean that there are no remaining issues with L4S, but that
    the remaining issues can be resolved by continued WG effort on the
    current drafts.

 2.

    I support using ECT(1) as an output signal from the network. This is
    consistent with SCE. If you believe L4S will not be safe for the
    internet without significant architectural changes, you are in this
    group.

 3.

    There is a specific test or tests I need to see before making a
    decision about ECT(1). Please be specific about the tests in your
    response.


Please submit your opinion by 5/18/2020.

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