[acm-tf] Next Version of the proposal text
Brian Nisbet brian.nisbet at heanet.ie
Mon Nov 28 14:06:27 CET 2011
Peter, "Peter Koch" wrote the following on 28/11/2011 11:39: > Colleagues, > >> Nevertheless if there are questions or suggestions for different >> wording. Feel free. >> >> @Brian: Next steps after TF review? Review through Emilio or AA-WG >> Mailinglist? > > so, with respect to the proposal, what is the status of the task force? > I feel a bit uneasy withthe direction the discussion has taken on > the AA WG list and also do not think the technical consensus has > been reflected completely correct (and I'm not talking about 'mandatory' here), > maybe because questions on that list went beyond our own thinking. From my point of view the TF is still active as there are a few possible ways out of this that I see. 1) The proposal is accepted and the TF reviews its mandate and sees if there is other work to do as we discussed in Vienna. 2) The proposal is rejected and the TF undertakes to work on it again. 3) The proposal is rejected or accepted and the TF decides they've done what they can and should disband. I think that once we released the proposal it was going to take on some life of its own, but I think I, at least, would appreciate more detail on what you're unhappy about? > With apologies for responding late (IETF and busy weeks around that) > I also think the proposal is deperately missing a problem statement > and we'd be better off if there were otehr arguments against the > proposal than 'none' - since given the question of migration and > transition, there definitely are. Tobias will, I think, incorporate this into what will doubtless be a required revision of the proposal. I believe he's happy to hear from the TF and/or the wider community. > That said, unless we attempt to have an ongoing TF discussion i'll take > the liberty to engage into the discussion on the AA list. I was not planning on reopening the discussion here, to be honest. I'm happy with TF members engaging in the discussion with the community on the mailing list wearing whatever hats they choose. Brian.
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