Complex Problems

john.loughney at john.loughney at
Thu Jan 9 11:10:34 CET 2003


> > > This was very different from 1996, when we got lots of input
> > > for the original version of RFC 1958.
> > 
> > You raise a very important issue here.  If in 1996, there was a lot
> > of input on architectural issues but last year there was very 
> > little - what is going on?  
> try reading RFC 3426, 3238 and 3439. All the three documents got
> published last year. RFC 3246 deals with many other issues other 
> than just architecture. Actually, RFC 3439 is an update to 1958. 
> The initial iab submission for 3426 was some where around
> feb 2002. 

I've read them all and actually commented on most of them ... that is
not my point.  My point is that I wonder if there is some general
malaise in the IETF if the community is not interested in discussing
architectural issues now.


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