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RE: Agenda for NETCONF WG session at IETF #71
let us focus in the open mic slot (if we have time for it) on topics
where NETCONF WG can do something.
We think it is interesting to discuss NETCONF-related requirements
on DML as a preparation for the CANMOD BoF.
But overall RCDML requirements and DML solution discussion will be
I guess, any decisions on the future DML work will be taken in
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> From: ext Balazs Lengyel [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, March 03, 2008 2:10 PM
> To: Phil Shafer
> Cc: Ersue, Mehmet (NSN - DE/Muenich); firstname.lastname@example.org;
> ext Bert Wijnen - IETF; ext Romascanu, Dan (Dan)
> Subject: Re: Agenda for NETCONF WG session at IETF #71
> My Netconf wish-list)
> 1) Decision on the basis of the DML: YANG, DSDL, XSD, ELUA, ...
> 2) All the DML details
> Please!!! Please !!! Please !!!
> And after that:
> 3) Actions/Custom RPCs
> 4) Freeware Netconf implementations
> 5) Some basic data models (Discovery, Something like the
> MIB-2 System group, Monitoring)
> 6) Partial Locking
> Phil Shafer wrote:
> > "Ersue, Mehmet (NSN - DE/Muenich)" writes:
> >> Please let us also know whether you have a concrete topic for
> >> the open mic session.
> > I posted a list of question for discussion at the last ietf,
> > but nothing really came of it. Is it worth repeating?
> >> Another thought is to come up with a list of the five biggest
> >> impediments to NETCONF's complete domination of the configuration
> >> space. Do we know the answers to questions like:
> >> - Why aren't/won't device folks shipping netconf implementations?
> >> - Why aren't/won't application writers moving to NETCONF?
> >> - Why isn't NETCONF becoming the answer to configuration problems?
> >> - What's stopping it?
> >> - Where's the chicken?
> >> - What's the egg?
> >> - What's the key to moving forward from here?
> >> - Where should we be concentrating our (precious and few)
> > The first issue (YANG) is clearly the (YANG) lack of a workable
> > DML, and (YANG) I think we are making (YANG) great progress
> > in that (YANG) area.
> > But I don't know what the other four top-five issues are. What
> > stands between us and Complete World Domination (CWD)?
> > Thanks,
> > Phil (the (YANG) subtle one ;^)
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