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Re: please indicate whether you are content with the proposed edits [was: : (multi6) 53rd IETF Meeting]
I agree with Christian. I'd also like to see a complete new draft ASAP,
since it will be less confusing than this discussion.
Christian Huitema wrote:
> I agree with Tony. Michel's e-mail is a list of options, and as such a
> yes-no vote is meaningless. We need a consensus about which options to
> retain. Michel in in latest summary (1.08, sent January 30) lists 10
> 1) About 3.1.2
> 2) About multihoming classes
> 3) About DNS
> 4) About EIDs
> 5) About cooperation
> 6) About 3.1.3 Performance
> 7) About 3.2.5
> 8) About 4. Security Considerations
> 9) comment on 3.2.2, and 3.2.3
> 10) Reverse Path Forwarding / filtering
> >From the discussion it seems that we have consensus on almost all
> 2) Adopt the text proposed by Ran, complemented by the caveat proposed
> by Rob.
> 3) I believe there is consensus to add the text proposed by Ran.
> 4) I seem to be the only one proposing this edit. I agree to drop it.
> 5) Consensus to adopt the proposed edit.
> 6) Rough consensus to remove the reference to "manual" processing, i.e.
> delete the last sentence in the paragraph
> 7) Consensus to amend the text in the sense of a requirement "to retain
> the ability to extract routing information from the router".
> 8) Adopt the text proposed by Rob Rockwell.
> 9) Only Rob Rockell voiced an opinion. I think there is a default
> consensus to keep the original text.
> 10) Adopt the text that Ran proposed.
> The point of non-consensus is point 1, for which there are diverse
> opinion, and perhaps a weak consensus to adopt a restricted version of
> the requirement, i.e. state that sites must have a way to load balance
> their "outbound" traffic, saying nothing about "inbound."
> If we want to vote, I suggest that we take separate votes on the first
> proposed edit (the load balancing requirement), stating a preference,
> and that we then take a block vote on the 9 others.
> My vote is "outbound only" on 1, Yes on 2-9.
> -- Christian Huitema