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Re: Moving right along ...
Leen and Kireeti,
In addition to the time crunch, we have the issue that some comment may
be derived from the status of related work in Study Group 15. This has
been communicated before, but to summarize some results that are expected
by 25 October:
We expect consent on the following documents related to GMPLS:
G.ason, now numbered G.8080/Y.1304 "Architecture for the Automatic Switched
G.dcm, now numbered G.7713/Y.1704 "Distributed Connection Management"
G.disc, now numbered G.7714/Y.1705 "Generalized Automatic Discovery"
G.dcn, now numbered G.7712/Y.1703 "Architecture and Specification of
Data Communications Network"
We expect also to be able to report progress relating to the VBI/New
Equipment Partitioning work, related to OLI/LMP/NTIP work.
While full harmonization of the ITU-T/IETF work may be out of reach
for the first effort, people should at least have the opportunity to
read the ITU-T documents and consider the impact.
Chair ITU-T WP3/15
"Mak, L (Leen)" wrote:
> You might not have noticed that the week you allow for comment
> falls exactly in the middle of the two week ITU-T SG15 meeting
> period. SG15 is the group where a.o. SDH and OTN are being
> This implies that a lot of experts in these areas are fully occupied
> in Geneva. Of course they are able to work at night and over the
> weekend, however, a lot of them do already do that in editing
> sessions etc.
> Wouldn't it be nice to give these people a break, and extend the
> period for comment by another week, so until Oct. 30?
> Thanks for your consideration,
> Leen Mak.