RE: Charter Update (Discussion)
2011-11-07 17:37:57 GMT
This looks fine to me.
Verizon Corporate Technology
On 03/11/2011 01:13, Retana, Alvaro wrote:
We’re in the process of updating the WG charter and the list of milestones.
The main objective of the update is to clarify that FRR-related topics are officially part of this WG – the main change is contained in the second paragraph. Please take a look below and send your comments.
For reference, here’s the current charter: http://tools.ietf.org/wg/rtgwg/charters
The Routing area receives occasional proposals for the development and
publication of RFCs dealing with routing topics, but for which the
required work does not yet rise to the level where a new working group is
justified, yet the topic does not fit with an existing working group,
and it is either not ready for a BOF or a single BOF would not
provide the time to ensure a mature proposal. The RTGWG will serve as
the forum for developing these types of proposals.
The RTGWG also focuses on enhancements to hop-by-hop distributed routing
related to fast-reroute and loop-free convergence. A specific goal of
fast-reroute mechanisms is to provide up to complete coverage when the
potential failure would not partition the network. All work in this
area should be specifically evaluated by the WG in terms of practicality
and applicability to deployed networks.
The RTGWG mailing list will be used to discuss the proposals as they
arise. The working group will meet if there are one or more active
proposals that require discussion.
The working group milestones will be updated as needed to reflect the
proposals currently being worked on and the target dates for their
completion. New milestones will be first reviewed by the IESG. The
working group will be on-going as long as the ADs believe it serves a
Apr 2012 Submit Composite-Link Requirements to IESG for publication as
Apr 2012 Submit Ordered FIB architecture to IESG for publication as Informational
Nov 2012 Submit Composite-Link Framework to IESG for publication as Informational
Apr 2013 Submit specification on Advanced IP Fast Reroute mechanism to IESG for publication as Proposed Standard
Apr 2012 Submit initial Internet Draft on Multicast IP Fast Reroute Architecture
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