Re: Publication request for draft-spinosa-urn-lex

Barry Leiba <barryleiba@computer.org> Fri, 03 July 2015 16:09 UTC

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Subject: Re: Publication request for draft-spinosa-urn-lex
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>    after some months we are back since we did not receive any feedback
> after our email (dated March 19th, here below) which replied to your
> remarks.
>
> Is there any follow up on the analysis of the URN:LEX specifications?

Yes, sorry; I thought I had replied, and I see that I hadn't.

As I had told you, I'll agree to get further review on the document
and will process it.  But by March, when you last sent your response,
the "urnbis" working group in the IETF was in the process of revising
the rules for registering URN namespaces -- making the registration
process more lightweight, actually, which could make it easier for us
to finally put this to rest and register "lex" for you.  The wrinkle
was that the working group is in the middle of working on the document
that revises the rules, and asked me to hold off on any further URN
namespace requests (there are others waiting besides yours as well)
until they finish the document update.

I had anticipated that they'd finish by July (so now is a perfect time
for you to remind me), and they have not finished yet.  I'll discuss
this with the working group and will let you know where we stand.

Barry