From: Edward Lewis <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2002 12:40:14 -0500
Subject: They're already calling for 53rd IETF Meetings
Right now we are getting the requirements document back to the IESG. (I might add that I am optimistic that the wheels are in motion.) Scott is hammering out details of the drafts for which we have held a last call, so any week now, we'll have those documents going to the IESG. I feel that it is important to progress those now so that implementations can mature more rapidly in this quarter of the year. We have a few other drafts under way. There hasn't been much in the way of activity over those documents - a least in mail list discussions. Given that and the need to produce implemenations: Do we need to have a time slot in Minneapolis? Send in your opinion(s) and, if you think we need to meet, suggest an annotated agenda item. Also - if you are implementing, begin to consider how you might want to participate in an interoperability test. PS - As one of the chairs, I'm 50-50 on the need for a meeting. But I'd suggest one only if there is a need to have one. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Edward Lewis NAI Labs Phone: +1 443-259-2352 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Opinions expressed are property of my evil twin, not my employer.