[ipv6-wg] Last call on the replacement of ripe-501 "Requirements for IPv6 in ICT equipment"
Marco Hogewoning marcoh at marcoh.net
Tue Nov 15 08:47:10 CET 2011
[apologies for being late] Dear colleagues, As I already posted to this list last week in another thread, the authors have decided to incorporate some of the comments received during the last call. Which means that at this point we can not declare rough consensus on this document. We've asked the authors to discuss the requested changes with the community and produce a new draft, which when ready will be offered to this working group for acceptance. If you need a profile for IPv6 requirements, for now please keep referring to document ripe-501 (http://www.ripe.net/ripe/docs/ripe-501). We would like to thank all of those who contributed both on this list and in private conversations, Greetings, Marco Hogewoning On Oct 13, 2011, at 11:15 AM, Marco Hogewoning wrote: > Dear colleagues, > > Following up on feedback received from the community during and after the publication of the ripe-501. The authors have worked on a replacement document, incorporating suggestions made by the community and clarifying some of the requirements. Prior draft versions of this document have been posted to this mailing list in the past months. > > The resulting final draft document is now published on the website and reachable via https://www.ripe.net/ripe/docs/other-documents/requirements-for-ipv6-in-ict-equipment > > We would like the community to review this document. Although this is not a formal policy proposal, we would like to issue a 4 week working group last call on this draft before publication. > > Minor changes like typos or formatting can be sent to the authors or to me directly. Please raise any questions or comments on the content to this list. Unless blocking issues are found on this text, it is our intent to publish this draft as a RIPE Document and to change the status of the current document ripe-501 to obsolete, with a reference to the new document. > > The authors will also present on this draft during the IPv6 working group session at the Vienna meeting. > > Please send any comments before Thursday November 10 2011, which is 4 weeks from now. > > Regards, > > Marco Hogewoning > on behalf of the IPv6 Working Group chairs
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