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On 12/07/2011 06:27 AM, Dave CROCKER wrote:
On 12/7/2011 6:09 AM, George, Wes wrote:
I'm also open to suggestions as to the appropriate publication track for
thisdocument, whether I should look to have it sponsored as a GenArea doc or
put it forward as an individual submission.
I suggest that this be processed as an individual submission. It will still
IETF review but I believe it does not require the level of active consensus
working group (pseudo or otherwise) that a typical technical specification
However I suggest that the document cast itself as a snapshot of an on-going
documentation process, with the "master" copy being an IETF Wiki; the document
should contain a point to the wiki.
I'll also suggest that there be an on-going mailing list for discussing
logistics issues, rather than a different mailing list for each meeting.
The current contents -- a template of information to be developed -- looks
good. But it can't be "complete", and the definition of "complete" is likely
change frequently. That's a perfect candidate for a wiki effort.
Are you saying that we need a Wiki for the template that will be used to fill a
There is a finite number of things that an attendee needs - transportation,
visa, lodging, food, etc... I do not think that there will be a lot of changes
after few iterations of the draft, and I am OK with publishing a new RFC when
teleportation devices will be available.
Personal email: marc(_at_)petit-huguenin(_dot_)org
Professional email: petithug(_at_)acm(_dot_)org
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