Cc: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
From: Edward Lewis <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2001 21:31:14 -0400
Subject: Provreg WG Last Call announcement
The provreg WG chairs are issuing a working-group (i.e., mail-list) last call for comments on the document: http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-ietf-provreg-grrp-reqs-01.txt This last call for comments will expire on April 17, 2001. Please address comments to either the list or to the document author (who is on the list). For those unfamiliar with the IETF document process, this is what will happen next. In the next two weeks, comments will be taken on this document. (The assumption by the WG chairs is that the document is rather stable.) After April 17, 2001, the author will summarize all discussions mail a summary to the list. In addition, if a consensus is reached that the results of these discussions requires a change to the document, the document will be edited. (Changing the document does not require a new last call period.) After all this is finished, the document is forwarded onto the IESG for consideration. The IESG, when it is happy with the document will also issue a last call, and IETF-wide last call. It is important to note that it is never too late to comment on a document, even when a last call expires. (Well, once the document is an RFC, it is too late!) So, in the effort to promote the requirements draft to an RFC, let the last call begin. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Edward Lewis NAI Labs Phone: +1 443-259-2352 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dilbert is an optimist. Opinions expressed are property of my evil twin, not my employer.