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RE: next steps?
> The list has been quiet for a couple of weeks after the discussion
> about draft-larsson-v6ops-mip-scenarios-00.txt stopped.
> What do folks think should be the next steps here?
> A couple of non-exclusive possibilies I could think of..
> - revise draft-larsson-v6ops-mip-scenarios
> - are other new documents needed ? Are revisions needed of some
> existing documents ?
> * in particular, as larsson-v6ops-mip-scenarios seems to
> be aiming
> to be a "framework" document in a sense, should there be a
> document/documents describing the interesting scenarios
=> There is a coupl eof things that I think should happen.
draft-larsson is a good survey of different scenarios. I don't
know if it *should* be published or not, but I don't have
a problem either way.
In the last meeting MIP6 adopted the problem statement in draft-tsirtsis
as a WG item, which fits within the MIP6 charter.
So, I think the next step should be to discuss problems and see
how we should go about solutions (i.e. where). I guess different
people have different problems in mind and we need to prioritise.
The best place to discuss this is a BoF (a discussion BoF) IMO.
This leads to the next response.
> - do folks think we should be heading towards a BoF at the next
> meeting (because if yes, this will require significant work on a
> sufficiently clear and agreed-on problem statement and charter).
> If this isn't actively in progress at the start/middle
> of January,
> I'd bet that a BoF would not be approved.
=> I talked to Thomas about this in the last meeting and he was
very encouraging. He mentioned that we need to do this (arrange
a BoF) for the next meeting and that he would support it.
The aim of the BoF is to discuss the problems and see where they
should be addressed. The aim was not necessarily to have a BoF that
leads to a WG. We may well end up doing the work in MIP4 and MIP6.
I'm happy to write an intro/charter for the next meeting, any other
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