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Re: Stepping down as PSAMP Co-Chair
Andy, Working Group,
I would like to thank Andy for his contributions to IETF, and in
particular the psamp & ipfix efforts. It has been a pleasure to work
with Andy and I am glad that he will stay involved.
It will probably not come as a surprise that Andy already informed
Juergen, me and Bert in advance. We discussed whether we would need a
new co-chair. Since the psamp work is already quite far along, we
decided that we would not need a new cochair.
Please let us know if you have concerns about this decision,
otherwise, I hope to see you all in Paris.
David & Bert
On Sat, Jul 09, 2005 at 01:34:01PM -0700, Andy Bierman wrote:
> Due to a change in jobs, and an increase in the amount of time
> that WG Chairs with lots of documents need to spend, I need
> to reduce the number of WGs that I chair or co-chair.
> Therefore, I have decided to step down as co-Chair of the PSAMP WG.
> I think the PSAMP Framework, Sampling, and MIB documents are in
> great shape and the authors and WG did an excellent job on them. I'm
> confident the rest of the documents will be just as good when they
> are done. I'm sure Juergen, Benoit, and others who are deeply
> involved in both IPFIX and PSAMP efforts will make sure implementations
> will be able to support both technologies with minimal overlap effort,
> which (IMO) makes them worth the wait.
> I will still follow the WG mailing list and try to attend the meetings
> (this time
> via jabber though).
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