WG draft status check
Henderson, Thomas R <thomas.r.henderson <at> boeing.com>
2013-02-25 22:29:43 GMT
I closed the last remaining issues from WGLC on the 5201-bis draft, and posted a new revision (-11) today.
It seems to me that the following two drafts are ready for IESG review:
- RFC 5201-bis
- RFC 5202-bis
We need RFC 4843-bis to complete the set of base specifications, but as I mentioned in the previous post,
this appears to be ready now for WGLC and perhaps will also soon be ready for IESG review.
Could you let us know the sequence of next steps, whether to start with IESG review of RFC 5201/02 by
themselves, or hold them until 4843-bis can also be submitted with them?
As for our other drafts, my understanding of the status is as follows:
- 4423-bis has a number of unresolved comments against it; however, this is not normative specification
and although it has been associated with the above three in our charter milestones, I do not think it should
block moving forward on the other three
- Julien posted last year that bis versions of RFC5203-05 were close to being ready for WGLC, and there was
some light discussion of them and no major issues seemed to be present, so it seems to me that the WG would be
able to review them in WGLC shortly if draft updates could be posted.
- Ari has been refreshing the RELOAD and native NAT traversal drafts waiting for review on the base
documents to clear
- we will need also to pick up the mobility, multihoming, and certs specifications, all of which I can
support if we can clear the queue of the base specs